A have a SBS 2003 network with XP Clients, all running Outlook 2003. The client has two domains, the mail for domain1.com is delivered using DNS, domain2.net.au is all POP3, I have configured the POP3 connector with the POP3 accounts and have run into a dilema. The only way I can get mail to successfully deliver to the user mailbox is to have @domain1.com as their primary address, therefore their reply address is incorrect. When I set the POP3 address as the primary address eg. firstname.lastname@example.org I receive Event ID 1070 -
"An attempt to relay e-mail to recipient <email@example.com> was made. The e-mail could not be delivered because the recipient's e-mail domain name does not match any local e-mail domains."
I have configured a recipient policy for @domain2.net.au - Not responsible for all mail
How can I set the reply address as their POP3 Address
Thanks in advance for any suggestions
Any suggestions will be appreciated