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you do not have permission to send to this recipient.

I have an Exchange 2003 server
I am getting this error when I try and send to certain external domains via an e-mail list.

"you do not have permission to send to this recipient.  For assistance, contact your system administrator"
mail1.domain.com #5.7.1 smtp;550 5.7.1 <User@Domain.com>... Relaying denied>

I had the user delete and readd the ones that she was having problems with but this did not resolve the issue.  
I am however able to send to them when they are not in a list.  I am not sure if recreating the whole list will resolve this.
It would also take quite sometime to recreate the list.

Please help

Jared
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mkumar23Commented:
Is this problem with any external domain or to some perticular external domain?

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mkumar23Commented:
Whats the responce, if you telnet the SMTP of receiving end on port 25?
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jared_goffAuthor Commented:
To external Domains but just when they are sent using a list and blind Carbon Copy.  I didnt  know about the blind carbon copy until just a few minutes ago.

This is happening to more then just one domain, but not AOL or Earthlink.   I have added Reverse DNS

When I telnet to the mailserver I get connected.

Jared  
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mkumar23Commented:
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questionforrajaCommented:
What type of Ipaddress is you exchange server assigned. If its dynamic some domains will not allow you. Check the below article

 http://www.amset.info/exchange/smtp-connector.asp
 
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jared_goffAuthor Commented:
I have a static IP address for my T1.  I am able to send mail to this domain when they are not sent in a list.
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questionforrajaCommented:
What type of list are we talking about, Are we talking about Distribution groups or DL created with contacts in some PF's
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jared_goffAuthor Commented:
Distirbution lists created in Outlook 2003
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questionforrajaCommented:
You mean through contacts, Try to import and export those contacts back
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jared_goffAuthor Commented:
Good Idea.  I will try that.
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ExchgenCommented:
If the users have multiple email accounts configures try and select the Exchange account manually while sending the email.

I have seen quite a number of times that outlook malfunctions when you have internet account along with exchange account configured.

The user can also create a public folder and add all the contacts there insted of having them in local contact folder.

Raghu
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jared_goffAuthor Commented:
She only has the Exchange Server configured.  The Public Folder is a good idea.  I might try and see what I can do with that.
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