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I have Exchange server 2003, email is coming in fine but no one can sent out

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There are about thirty people setup using exchange and everyone is using outlook 2003. Local sending and receiving is working fine fine for everyone, however, there are a couple of people that cant sent out.
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You have contradicted yourself... is this a problem affecting ALL users, or just some? It is important as the cause is very different depending on whether it is affected everyone no matter what or not.

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There are a few users that cant send out to an external address.
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Why have you closed this question and awarded me a C grade?

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