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When recieving a "relayed" message from Exchange 2007 the email address it comes from is "MicrosoftExchange329e71ec88ae4615bbc36ab6ce41109e@mydomain.local is there any way to change this?

When recieving a "relayed" message from Exchange 2007 the email address it comes from is "MicrosoftExchange329e71ec88ae4615bbc36ab6ce41109e@mydomain.local is there any way to change this to something more unifrom eg

MicrosoftExchange@mydomain.local

or

postmaster@mydomain.local

The content of the email states:

Delivery to these recipients or distribution lists is complete, but delivery notification was not sent by the destination.

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SurajCommented:
can you tell me receiving relayed email means what?
is exchange relaying for an application box out or... please clearify
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Jon CAuthor Commented:
Sorry

When any user on our local Exchange Server sends an email to a remote email address, they (within 60 seconds) receive an email stating

"Delivery to these recipients or distribution lists is complete, but delivery notification was not sent by the destination"

The sender of this email adress is

"MicrosoftExchange329e71ec88ae4615bbc36ab6ce41109e@mydomain.local"

Which must be an automated message from our Exchange 2007 Server

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SurajCommented:
do telnet localhost 25 in the comamnd prompt
what banner do you get.. ?
please copy paste it here...

disable the default receive connector and create a new one , restart the transport service
and then check that happens then

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Jon CAuthor Commented:
I logged onto the Exchange Server and in a command prompt typed  

telnet localhost 25

and it said

421 4.3.2 Service not available,closing transmission channel

Connection to host lost

The Exchange Server is set to send and recieve (relay) all emails via a linux server we have hosted in a datacentre, if this makes any difference

I will now try your other suggestion, with the receive connector

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SurajCommented:

do u  have any AV  or any 3rd party application?
disable it and then create a rec connector... as i suggested...
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Jon CAuthor Commented:
I have since found out that it is an error in Exchange Server 2007 Rollup 7 as detailed below

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/exchangesvrtransport/thread/166f6cbd-cb1f-494c-aff4-dee3c4b20714

there is a work around to this detailed below

http://www.telnetport25.com/component/content/article/1-exchange-2007-gen/280-exchange-2007-sp-1-roll-up-7-delivery-status-notifications.html

Thanks for you assistance anyway

Jon
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SurajCommented:
Oh that was awesome. Thank you very much for sharing it..
i really appreciate that...

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