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mail stuck in queue

hi

we have Exchange 2007 (with no service pack )mail server( CAS,HT,Mailbox) on the hp G4 server.We have symantec Smtp gateway for incoming and outgoing mail traffic. Our Send connector 's port was set to 2525 instead of 25. everything is ok.
we installed a new exchange 2007 (with sp1) mail server (CAS,HT,Mailbox) to existing exchange organization.there is no problem faced when installing new exchange. and then i configured symantec smtp gateway for oubound mail traffic for new mail server.after successfully installation of Exchange server,i moved some user's mailbox from old mailbox server to new mailbox server.and then for outgoing mail flowing i added new mailserver (new mail server has HT also) to send connector's source server.
There are two HT server on the send connector's source server tab.
users whose mailboxes not to move new mailbox server, doesn't have sending mail problem.But users whose mailboxes move to new mailbox server, couldn't send mail.The mails stucked in the mail Queue (SmartHostConnectorDelivery)

i just want to ask you ?

can we add one more source server on the send connector? i think we can
also after i added new mail server as source server on the send connector.is it necessary to reconfigure send connector's port to 2525 ?


thank you
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ramossfc
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Glen KnightCommented:
The send connectors are organisational rather than server based.

So yes you can add more source servers but there is no requirement to change the port number on each server.
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ramossfcAuthor Commented:
also when i tried to send mail from outside of organization to a user whose mailbox moved to new mailbox server,mail couldn't be delivered to that recepient.

no problem for users whose mailboxes not moved.the problem just for moved mailboxes users.


The following recipient(s) could not be reached:

  xx@xxx.com on 12/29/2009 12:43 PM
  The e-mail account does not exist at the organization this message was sent to. Check the e-mail address, or contact the recipient directly to find out the correct address.
  <xxx.domain #5.1.1 smtp;550 5.1.1 RESOLVER.ADR.RecipNotFound; not found>


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ramossfcAuthor Commented:
it works
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