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Error Reply address Exchange 2010

Posted on 2011-02-24
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I have an office with a server Windows 2011 SBS with Exchange 2010......  Everything was working fine, until I noticed (I am the administrator) that I sent a mail to two workers and I never got back a response, the problem was that they did responded to my email but when they Clicked REPLY, my Reply address was incorrect.....
My address is: server@domain.com    and the one that appeared on the reply address was server@damai.com  "without the last letter of the domain", I double checked my default reply address and it´s spelled correctly.... this only happened to this two users, and only mails coming from me...... temporally I also added the wrong reply address so the mail will arrive to me, but what happened??
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Option 1 Ask user to type the wrong email ID in the To box and right click to delete it.

Option 2 ask user to use "check name" button while replying

Option 3 Remove the Outlook.nk2 file
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Issue can be fixed with Option 1 itself and Option 2 will make sure email address it right or not. This happens, when email id's are cached into local outlook due to typo error by user.
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I will try that... but......  she didn´t sent me the mail at first,,, first I sent the mail to her and she recieved it with the wrong reply address....... will the same solution work?, maybe she got stored the wrong email and in combination with NOD32 it leaved the email with the wrong reply address.
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Check the properties of your mailbox and see which is primary one?
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Can you send email to yourself and see if it coming with wrong address..this will clear the doubt...if not that follow the steps i have given at user end.
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The reply address is correct,,, so I will try what you stated on the first post!!! I will post back results!!! thank you very much!
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Great...let me know, if this didn't worked out
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Thank you very much,
Did the job.
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