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Temporary authentication failure - 15.Jan.2009 12:56:30 PM   
Ttran

 

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I have two Exchange servers one local and one remote.  The local exchange server works fine. The remote server cannot send or recieve mail outside.  The message will sit in the local exchage server for a couple days then gets sent back with a NDR message which is listed below.

I check the ports and the FQDN. Is there anything else that I am missing? 



On the Remote server ExServer2
Queue: Local
Delivery Type: SMTP Relay to Remote Active Directory Site
Status: Retry
Last Error: 451.4.4.0 Primary target IP address responded with: 454.4.7.0 Temporary authentication failure.  Attempted failover to alternate host, but that did not succeed.  Either there are no alternate hosts or deliver failed to all alternate hosts.
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RE: Temporary authentication failure - 15.Jan.2009 1:40:02 PM   
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Verify if the server is brigehead server and have the "anonymous" authentication enable.


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RE: Temporary authentication failure - 15.Jan.2009 5:32:49 PM   
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This is exhange 2007.  I have anonymous checked also.  When I try to email using hotmail, yahoo, ect.. and our local mail server to the users on the remote server the message sits in the queue of the local server if that information helps.


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RE: Temporary authentication failure - 15.Jan.2009 6:30:15 PM   
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Back to the basics.
What is the configuration of the "remote" e2k7 box?  is it an Edge role?
If so, did you do the proper subscription?
If not, does it have the hub role on it?
If so, did you create a connector for the smtp domain * and set it for DNS lookup so it can send mail?

Can the "local" e2k7 box get the mail to the "external" server?
You mention the "anonymous" setting.  Can you ping back and forth between servers by NAME?

It sounds like your 'remote' box has no route to the internet... are both of these servers part of one organization?


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RE: Temporary authentication failure - 16.Jan.2009 10:46:55 AM   
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I have an edge, domain, and the local e2k7server here in locally.  the "remote" e2k7 box is in Dhaka.  I can ping the "remote" server.  I can remote connect to it also.
The "remote" server replicate the active directory from our domain server.
It has the proper subscription because it was working till about a week ago. Everything seems to be pointing to the correct servers. I doesn't look like any changed.
The "local" e2k7 box can send and recieve mail internal and external.
the "remote" e2k7 can only recieve mail for the users who are setup on that server.
The email that gets sent there remains on "Local's" queue.

I think that the problem is somewhere on the local side.  But I don't know what else to do to check.

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