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Sending exteral email - 1.Oct.2007 6:45:01 AM   
jawood

 

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Hi i have had a look thru the forum and cant find much on my problem so i thought i would ask.
I am having problems sending email to external email address, i have setup a send mail connector as per the intructions found on here and other places but i get the following problem. The mail sits in the que then gives error saying no send connector, in the que i get this error on the message.

Identity: insserver\17\2
Subject: test
Internet Message ID: <184258C26A62CF44AD7DA2654EB886C01A8C158380@insserver.ins.local>
From Address: john@ins.local
Status: Retry
Size (KB): 1
Message Source Name: FromLocal
Source IP: 255.255.255.255
SCL: -1
Date Received: 1/10/2007 8:15:05 PM
Expiration Time: 3/10/2007 8:15:05 PM
Last Error: 450 4.5.0 No recipient succeeded
Queue ID: insserver\17
Recipients:  jawood@idl.com.au


Any help would be much appriciated. Thanks.
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RE: Sending exteral email - 31.Oct.2007 2:14:25 PM   
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I seem to be having the same issue with quiete a few e-mails.  I am forwarding all mail from the Hub server through Postini.  I always see 3-5 e-mail that say "450 4.5.0 No recipient succeeded".  Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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RE: Sending exteral email - 20.Dec.2007 3:08:20 PM   
mbarrett

 

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I am starting to get this with our Exchange 2007 server now.

Any solution yet ? 

I've checked our DNS records (MX, A, etc) and the domain we're sending to.  Everything looks fine

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RE: Sending exteral email - 20.Dec.2007 3:10:16 PM   
mmudry

 

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Are you trying to route to Lotus Notes when you get this message?  That was my issue.

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RE: Sending exteral email - 26.Dec.2007 11:10:37 PM   
ivan.prescott@agr

 

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I too am having the same issue and suspect Lotus Notes being the recipient server.

Can you please elaborate on your remedy

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RE: Sending exteral email - 26.Dec.2007 11:49:38 PM   
mmudry

 

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If you are using a Lotus Notes connector in 2003 open the main connector's properties and change it from routing group only to entire organization.  By making that change it will allow Exchange 2007 to route through that connector.

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