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HI

We have a user whos email sticks in the outbound queue and never gets delivered. The are many users on the server with no issues at all so this is not a smart host thing. Is there a way to move messages between queues in Exchange 2007? I know it was possible in 2003. Has anyone come accross this before?
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It turned out to be a DNS issue. We manually added DNS entries to the connector and all was well :-)
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Good you checked with the DNS entries.
Other than that you can check for Recipient Policies for the said user.

This link would help you to configure Recipient Policies.

http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2006/11/16/3397300.aspx

Regards,

Jahangir
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