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Microsoft Exchange 2007 Queue - 27.Jul.2010 6:42:30 AM   
olakunle

 

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I have installed Microsoft SBS 2008 for a client.the client has a router as its gateway. i have made the client domain the authoritative under the accepted domain. i have also configured the send connector and added the router Ip address to the DNS. but when i send mail from a client outlook and when i checked the queue viewer the message was still there. the error it gave was: 451 4.4.0 primary target Ip address responded with: "421. 4.2.1 unable to connect" Attempted failover to the alternate host, but that did not succeed. Either there are no alternate host or delivery failed to all alternatives. Please kindly assis me to solve this problem. thank you
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RE: Microsoft Exchange 2007 Queue - 27.Jul.2010 10:49:15 AM   
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Hi,

Can you resolve the mx records? Use nslookup and set type=mx for this.
What do you mean with adding the router to the DNS? Did you add it as a forwarder?

A little bit more information would be helpfull...

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RE: Microsoft Exchange 2007 Queue - 27.Jul.2010 11:37:33 AM   
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please i do not understand what you mean by "use nslookup and set type=mx for this". please kindly clarify.
What i meant by adding the router to the DNS is adding the router's IP address to the host on the DNS of the server.

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RE: Microsoft Exchange 2007 Queue - 27.Jul.2010 11:57:00 AM   
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Open start, run, cmd. Typ in nslookup. Typ in "set type=mx" without the "". Now type in microsoft.com. What information does this return?

Did you do this:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc754941.aspx

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