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Problem sending emails to a Group

Posted on 2013-06-17
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Hi Experts,

I have a situation with one of my clients. They have exchange 2007 and also have 2 extra accounts using google apps. They were working nicely, sending emails from each account but now they want to send emails to a group from the other accounts and the emails stuck in outbox folder. If they send to only one recipient it works great.
Any suggestion?
SMTP settings are correct, is there a permission to send to groups?
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Question by:miguelitx
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by:Taurus
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When you create this Group? Also check the Group Properties? Whether any Expansion server name given? If yes, whether that server is up and running......did you check with OWA?
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by:miguelitx
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The group was created a few minutes ago.
how do i check the group properties?
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Problem solved
The contact group was created the wrong way. I create a new list myself and instruct the client
Thanks
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by:Taurus
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Ok Great
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by:miguelitx
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I was able to do it by myself. Initially I was working remotely, till I got to the client and detect the issue.
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