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After moving mailbox - Unknown user when sending email to moved mailbox

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I am moving mailboxes from onw Exhange server 2003 to a differnt exchange server. After the mail box move I am getting an unknown user if I send an email to user that was moved..
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Are you moving the mailbox from one Exchange 2003 to another Exchange 2003?
Are both the Exchange servers in the same Organization?
If yes....
Is the mailbox of the user in question "connected" in Exchange System Manager to the appropriate user account in AD?
Do a "Run Cleanup Agent" and check if this mailbox is disconnected (red cross) or not....
If yes then reconnect the mailbox and try sending the email again
How to do the above is listed in the article below:
http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/Exchange_Server_2003_Mailbox_Recovery.html
 
 
 
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