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Exchange 2003-2010 coexistence Cannot received e,ail

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I have installed Exchange 2010 in coexist with 2003. I have bi-direction RGC configured. Email can be sent out but email from Exchange 2003 cannot be received by Exchange 2010 server.

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Manpreet SIngh Khatra earned 2000 total points
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Is there a smarthost mention on the SMTP virtual server on E2k3 ? If so please remove and restart SMTP and ROuting engine and check.

- Rancy
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Great that solves it!
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