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IMCEAEX to external email addresses

Posted on 2006-06-15
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Just moved a user cross site from Exchange 5.5 (all SP/updates current) to Exchange 2003 SP2 server. Internal email is fine. When the user sends an email to an external address, the external user sees the address as:

IMCEAEX-_O=NEW-EXCHANGE-SITE_CN=RECIPIENTS_CN=ALIAS@mydomain.com

The user DOES have an SMTP address when I look at his user properties in AD Users and Computers. Internal users see the SMTP address yet external users get the X.400 address encapsulated by the IMC. How do I get the SMTP address to show up to external addresses?

There is an X.400 connector going to the 5.5 server with the IMC but all other sites that were consolidated were the same and they had no problems.

Any help is much appreciated.

Thanks,
Brandon
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Everything seems to be working now. I think it may have had something to do with replication to the remote sites. The connection to those sites has been questionable during some parts of our migration. I tried forcing AD, ADC, and RUS yesterday but still had no luck. This morning things were working perfectly.

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Brandon
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Great!!!
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