Using Outlook 2010, sending email with links to mailing list

Posted on 2011-10-04
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
Using Outlook 2010, I'm trying to send an email with links in it to a our mailing list, no luck and no errors, email ends up in a black whole but if I send same email using online version of outlook no problems at all. Desktop windows version seem to have problems with it. I can send same email to just myself and no issues there either.  Any suggestions we can do on our end when sending to mailing list?  
Question by:hmdcsupport
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    Accepted Solution

    From Exchange Management Console, select "Toolbox" and select "Tracking Log Explorer"

    From the Troubleshooting Assistant, uncheck EventID and add as much information as you can about the message.

    Run the report and this should give you a clearer idea of what happened to the message.

    Post the results back here for investigation.
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    Expert Comment

    Any update on this problem?

    Author Comment

    We found the problem, and it was our mailing list server, and now we are in the process of changing it,so the users will not have any issues going forward.  Thanks for the suggestion

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