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Exchange 2000 NDR #4.4.6

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All SMTP mail is getting into the organisation except for mail coming from another domain in Germany whereby we are experiencing an intermittant problem. The problem is reported in Exchange as a #4.4.6 NDR code which according to Technet is that the maximum hop count has been reached due to the message bouncing between two exchange servers. I have checked everything I can think of within Exchange like automatic forwarding, outlook rules etc, but no luck. All help would be appreciated.
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Hi BRMahon,

have you tried increasing the hop count? http://support.microsoft.com/?id=kb;en-us;Q303734

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