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mail not working after move

Posted on 2007-11-28
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one of the admins disconnected his mail box and reconnected to his new account. (as did several others)
all worked fine but his any new mails get an NDR along the lines relaying denied 500 or mail deliver failed.

replys to old emails do actually work.

any ideas?
windows 2003 exchange 2003 sp2 outlook 2003
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Very important - is this with all email, just internal or just external?

Simon.
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just external

thank you has sorted itself some how   (would have thought 24 hours was long enough turned out it needed 48 :-)

also came out he may have done it wrong,   but as it was just external what do you think the cause was technically?
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SMTP address pointing to the wrong account, something like that.

Simon.
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