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Relay denied error message

Posted on 2002-05-16
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I just got a new computer and I'm using Microsoft Outlook 2002.

When I try to use my "contact" information to send an email -- the email bounces back and says

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your message did not reach some or all of the intended recipients.

      Subject:     Web-site worksheets
      Sent:     5/16/2002 5:21 PM

The following recipient(s) could not be reached:

      'Craig  Graham' on 5/16/2002 5:22 PM
            550 5.7.1 <Gidrsarc@underwoodsagency.com>... Relaying denied
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But then if I type the email address into the "To:" box, the message is sent just fine.


Any ideas?

(I did import my contact list from my old computer using a CSV file.)
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Also go Tools to Services and see if your Outlook Address Book is listed, if not you will need to add it. It generates the address listings for your contacts.
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This link to MS was helpful - and I didn't find it yesterday.

It looks like just putting a "reply-to" address in the MS outlook email account set up has done the trick.

Thanks, April
(p.s.  I couldn't find the tabs referenced in the second post.)
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