Error: Delivery to the following recipients has failed

1. Delivery to the following recipients has been delayed.
2.ffb@favellefavco.com.my on Thu, 11 Oct 2007 19:24:16 +0530
    Could not deliver the message in the time limit specified.  Please retry or contact your administrator.
    <adexchange.MLLINDIA.COM #4.4.7>
kishorejohnAsked:
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DeanC30Commented:
This is a delay message and indicates that for some reason it has been unable to deliver the mail.  This is nothing to worry about at this time.  It usually indicates an issue on t he recipients end

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kishorejohnAuthor Commented:
1. But this is happeing to almost most of the domains like uk,ae,my  

2.brendaganwani@seatrademiddleeast.ae on 10/11/2007 8:18 PM  You do not have permission to  send to this recipient.  For assistance, contact your system administrator.
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DeanC30Commented:
If this is happenign to alomost all domains, then it would indicate and issue with your exchange server.
Just out of interest have you updated / installed patches / servic epacks recently?
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kishorejohnAuthor Commented:
service pack i ahave installed but what about patches
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DeanC30Commented:
Are the messages sat in your queue on Exchange?
Have you checked the DNS settings for external name resolution?
Are all services running for exchange?
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kishorejohnAuthor Commented:
1.Yes some of them
2.I told my ISP provider to create a PTR record for my ip
3.  YES
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DeanC30Commented:
kishorejohn,

Re DNS name resolution, Have you checked the Exchange server settings for external resoultion, not the PTR records for your domain.

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kishorejohnAuthor Commented:
how do i do that?
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kishorejohnAuthor Commented:
problem got solved

checked the DNS settings for external name resolution-was not working
Thnaks
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uescompCommented:
How did you check the dns sesttings for external name resolution??
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kishorejohnAuthor Commented:
Nslookup
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kishorejohnAuthor Commented:
it was creating a problem because there was no reverce entry
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