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Weird Administrator's e-mail address post Exchange 2007 installation on existing Exchange 2003 environment

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Hello Experts,

Here's an issue that's very strange.  I had an existing Exchange 03 single server running on our network.  We recently introduced a Exchange 07 server (also a single server) to start the migration from 03 to 07.

Every night I received the e-mail from Administrator account that my mailbox is too large.  After I moved my mailbox over from 03 to 07, that reminder continued to arrive, however, the from address has changed to something like this -

MicrosoftExchange329e71ec88ae4615bbc36ab6ce41109e@domain.com

What is causing this and is there a way to fix this?

Thanks in advance!
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Rollup 7 installed?
If so that is a known problem that was introduced with that rollup and will be fixed in the next one.

Simon.
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yes rollup 7 is installed.
thanks for your info :)
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