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Exchange 2010 sending issues

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I seem to be getting a lot of bounces like this, to legitament email addresses, but haven't a clue what I'm to do.

Exchange 2010 SP1 RU2 on Windows Server 2008R2


#< #5.4.4 smtp;550 5.4.4 ROUTING.NoConnectorForAddressType; unable to route for address type> #SMTP#
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Check your SEND Connector (Exchange Management Console> Org Config> Hub Transport> Send Connector) and make sure the Address Space is set to * for SMTP
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I checked and it is set to *, there was another entry that had a bogus address space, so I removed that one, testing now.
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That seemed to do the trick, appreciate for help. I have another question I need to post, was hoping you might find it and give me a little help... I didn't want to add to this as it's a different issue.
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Good news - just post a link here and I'll take a look.

Alan
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