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The attached message was not delivered to the following recipients due to licensing issues,  domain not licensed

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We are having some problems with email.
It seems I started a transfer of domain registration to a new hosting company.
I then cancelled it, but they pulled anyway.

To compensate I set up email accounts at both hosting companies.
I am using Exchange Server 2000 with ExchangePop3.

The exchange pop3 is working fine, but my email says:

"The attached message was not delivered to the following recipients due to licensing issues:
someone@yourdomain.com Domain not licensed"

Anyone have any ideas?

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by:glenn_1984
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Clarification on above....
All email to my office comes to me as the above.
I can double click on the attachment and see the actual email.
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robinluo earned 500 total points
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Sounds like a ExchangePOP3 problem.

Have you contacted exchangePOP3 support? See contact info:

Telephone

1.877.841.2888 (toll free USA + Canada)
1.416.482.5590 (international)

Email

sales@exchangepop3.com
support@exchangepop3.com
 
 
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