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Posted on 2007-04-10
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I have a user in MS Exchange 2003 that can send e-mails internally and externally but can not receive e-mails internally but can receive e-mails externally.  Any idea would be greatly appreciated.

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by:The_Kirschi
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Have a look in the user properties in AD. Select th Exchange General tab and click on the Delivery Restrictions button. See if the option in the lower section is set to "Accept only from" or something similar.
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Can you see the user in the Global Address List? What happens if you try to send e-mail to the user. Do you receive any error message?
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by:bodachs
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I see the person in the Global Access list but they dont receive email that i've sent them.  Still nothing but completely frustrated.
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