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One Address in a Group won't receive email.

Posted on 2003-11-14
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Exchange 2000 Server.
I have a group that has twenty users email addresses and one person can never receive email when it is sent to the group.
Their name is listed in the group and they can send to the group but nothing comes to them. Where can I start to correct this issue? I have removed their Exchange account and reinstalled it and that didn't work.

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by:David Wilhoit
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Is that user a member of other groups? Is the user able to receive mail from those groups as well? give me more details about your environment.

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by:elixxer
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This group is the only one we use. "Everyone"
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by:David Wilhoit
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So, no NDR, mail just disappears? turn on message tracking, and also ask for a delivery receipt on the DL message. See what it says.
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Also verify that Exchange Domain Servers has read access to the OU the user belongs to.
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