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Exchange 2010 Hub Transport Remote Domains Warning Message

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If I look in Exchange Management console and select organisation configuration --> hub transport, then under the remote domains tab   I have the following warning message :  Some warnings were reported when loading data. Click here for details...  When I click for details I get a dialog box with:
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Microsoft Exchange Warning
Warnings
Get-RemoteDomain
Completed

Warning
The object @ourdomainname.co.uk has been corrupted, and it's in an inconsistent state. The following validation errors happened:

Warning:
Could not convert property DomainName to type SmtpDomainWithSubdomains. Error while converting string '@ourdomainname.co.uk' to result type Microsoft.Exchange.Data.SmtpDomainWithSubdomains: "@shor.co.uk" isn't a valid SMTP domain.

Warning:
You must provide a value for this property.

[OK]
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Could someone please explain to me what this really means, should I be concerned, and what should I do about it.

the string "@ourdomain.co.uk"  has been changed to protect our real domainname.  Otherwise you see it as it is.
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Question by:Alan Bateman
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 500 total points
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Remote Domains should have a * in it.
The other one must be a legacy domain - it should NOT be your own domain. If it is, remove it as you shouldn't have it in there.

Simon.
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by:Alan Bateman
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There is indeed a remote domain with a * in it  (default).  
There is also this other domain which does refer to our live public domain name (which in all other respects appears to be working so I'm at a complete loss as to how this entry got in here. I guess I'm just going to remove it and hope nothing breaks.
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