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routing to 2003 server on child domain - 18.Mar.2009 7:01:13 AM   
ProphetPlc

 

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I have three routing groups in my organisation SiteA, SiteB and the 2007 default group.Sites A and B are geographically separated and connected via vpn. At siteA is a 2003 exchange sever and the 2007 exchange server. At site B is a 2003 exchange server. The site B exchange server is authoritative for three domains. Mail flows between the 2003 server, from both 2003 servers to 2007 server mailboxes and from 2007 mailboxes to siteA 2003 mailboxes. Mail sent by the 2007 exch server the siteB 2003 server to any of the domains it is authoritative for stay in the unreachable queue with no route to mailbox database as the error.

I have used the new-sendconnector cmdlet to create a connection to the siteB server but this has made no difference.

The siteB exchange server is in a child domain while the other servers are in the root of the parent domain.

All three server are DC's
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RE: routing to 2003 server on child domain - 19.Mar.2009 8:57:33 AM   
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Hi,

As what you described I understand that all servers are in the same Exchange organization. Please try to delete the routing-group connector and recreate a new one.

Below the command how you can create a new one:

New-RoutingGroupConnector -Name "Interop RGC" -SourceTransportServers "Ex2007Hub1.contoso.com" -TargetTransportServers "Ex2003BH1.contoso.com" -Cost 100 -Bidirectional $true -PublicFolderReferralsEnabled $true



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RE: routing to 2003 server on child domain - 19.Mar.2009 10:59:17 AM   
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forgot to detail connector setup. I have tried re-creating the connectors with no success. Currently there is a connector setup during the install using siteA 2003 exch as the bridgehead. This appears to work for all mail sent to mailboxes on sitea 2003 exch from 2007 exch. I presumed that any mail for the siteB server would be routed by this connector. When it did not work I created a connector direct to the siteB server from the 2007 exch but this has not fixed the issue. I can open an smtp connection from the 2007 exchange server to siteB 2003 exch and send a message so smtp seems to be Ok.

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RE: routing to 2003 server on child domain - 19.Mar.2009 2:19:36 PM   
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Hi,

Please run the Exbpa to check if everything is correct.



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RE: routing to 2003 server on child domain - 26.Mar.2009 6:26:28 AM   
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Just to let you know th solution to this problem. I updated the network adaptor drivers after I installed exchange 2007. This re- enabled the IPV6 on the teamed virtual adaptor. Disabled this and everything started working.

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