Exchange 2003 server 2003
emails solo go out fine. but when we email a large amount of clients via a distribution list we are getting bouncebacks. 4.4.7 and they are from different domains. people which we have no problems emailing solo. seems like the root of the problem is that I have a smarthost setup via smtp virtual server.
I'd like to keep the smarthost & still be able to use the distribution lists that users create. is this possible? could i nest them or divide them somehow & that would allow them out through the smarthost? thanks
You shouldn't have a smart host set on the SMTP virtual server at all. It should be set on an SMTP Connector. However if the smart host operator has a limit on the number of messages sent in one go then
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