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Routing to the outside world - 25.Jul.2008 2:19:18 PM   
SkinnyDawg

 

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I'm dieing here....

I have a new Exchange 2007 system installed. Moved stuff over from our 2000 exchange server (that's another story in itself).

My outgoing email is stuck in the que with "451 4.4.0 Primary IP address responded with: "." Attempted failover to alternate address...." error. I've searched here. MS kb and googled without much luck on finding an answer.

Internal is fine.

I would really appreciate being rescued....

Thanks so much,
-Roger
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RE: Routing to the outside world - 25.Jul.2008 2:27:26 PM   
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How is the send connector configured? (exact, full details)

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RE: Routing to the outside world - 25.Jul.2008 2:43:21 PM   
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General = Descriptive name entered, FQDN entered, verbose logs, Maximum msg size entered

Address Space = SMTP   *

Network = Use DNS and use External DNS (I have also tried with out the external DNS selected)

Source = Local system (default first site - Mailbox,Client Access, Hub)

Thanks for taking the time to help.

-Roger

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RE: Routing to the outside world - 25.Jul.2008 3:41:43 PM   
SkinnyDawg

 

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YeeHaw... I found the problem.... 

My McAfee ePO server. I installed a new, virtualized, ePO server and had not configured the access protection yet for my servers. It was blocking the outbound use of port 25 on the exchange server. Treating it like a worm/trojan attempting to send spam.

Thanks Mark...

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