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Hi. I use the MsExchange connectivity for Lotus Notes to connect Lnotes and Ms Exchange Server. But I have a problem on sending a mail using Lnotes to an exchange user that is imported from Msexchange to Lnotes. When I try to send a mail, the domino server displays an error message indicating that "The user doesnt have a mail file". I donot have any problems on sending mail from MSExchange to Lnotes. Thanks for your attention......
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If I read you correctly, you're saying that you can't send from Notes to a user converted from MSExchange to Notes.  If that's the case, I would check that person document in the Public Address book on the receiving server.  Specifically, it sounds as though the person document does not have the correct mail settings (mail type, home/mail server, and mail file at the top right side of the document).
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