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exchange 2003 Only one user gets NDR when sending email to a pecific domain

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Hi . We have exchange 2003. only one server get NDR immediately when he send email to a specific domail ABC.com
ALL the rest can send and receive from this domain.  
The user doesnt have any rules on his outlook.
ideas?
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Which NDR message does she get. Please provide more details. Please copy and paste the NDR message so we can assist you. Also do you have message tracking turned on on your Exchange 2003 Server. If not do the following to turn on Message Tracking logging.

Go into Exchange System Manager. Right Click on the Server. And choose Properties. In the General Tab.

You could do either of the following.

1. put a Check next to the "Enable Message Tracking".
2. Check "Remove log files". Enter a number next to "Remove files older than (days)"  Make this 7 days.

Exchange's Message Tracking tool is very valablue tool for troubleshooting and resolving NDRs.

Cheers,
NITADMIN
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