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Problem when sending email - getting error message as follows


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

      Subject:  FW: 4-164KK_Muskegon, MI

      Sent:     4/23/2004 10:24 AM

The following recipient(s) could not be reached:

      Jamie Seeger (JSeeger@wescosigns.com) on 4/23/2004 10:24 AM

            The e-mail address could not be found.  Perhaps the recipient moved to a different e-mail organization, or there was a mistake in the address.  Check the address and try again.

            <wescosigns.com #5.1.0>



user can receive, forward, and reply but cannot send. Any suggestions????
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dneufeldCommented:
so Jamie Seeger can receive, forward, and reply, but not send?

I'm a little confused, can you clarify a bit
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dneufeldCommented:
do you get a message from every email address you send to or just that one?

these are messages you get when you send to addresses that do not exist
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dudeman456Commented:
You get this error with every email you try to send?

Is this Internal of External email?
(Internal Being Within The Company)

Have you tried sending email from another account to JSeeger@wescosigns.com?

Pershaps, the email you receive from the JSeeger@wescosigns.com account has a different reply path than JSeeger@wescosigns.com.
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Jeff_MarshbanksAuthor Commented:
This is only happening when somebody tries to send to Jseeger. If that person sends to them they can receive it, reply to it, or forward it.
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dneufeldCommented:
but a brand new email doesn't go to him?

Could it be that the address in their contact list is incorrect?
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Jeff_MarshbanksAuthor Commented:
That's what they are checking now. Will let you know soon.
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dneufeldCommented:
that is most likely the problem
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