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Moved AD account to new OU - Exchange Mailbox - submitfail

Hi rolling out new SOE sccm

When we move the account to a new OU - they have odd email problem where they cant send email - the trace on the server says submitfail. I have to move mailbox back to exchange 2007 to get the user sending email internally. - What is going on here please?

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philb19Author Commented:
im just moving to new OU - not a mailbox move
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suriyaehnopCommented:
How long you wait after you moved the user to new OU? Do you have any GPO apply to new OU? Are the user unable to send email to internal/external?

Moved new OU shall not affect mail flow?
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philb19Author Commented:
moved in the process of soe - turned off gpo didnt fix
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Pankaj_401Commented:
Disable local windows firewall service, by default it is enabled in vista/windows 2008 and above. Check the network connectivity and latency.
Also go through the article :

How to move User account with Exchange mailbox to different Organizational Unit
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philb19Author Commented:
resolved myself - the problem was CRM 4.0 on the client image. There is a patch here for others to instalkl if same problem. Cant believe microsoft! - CRM prevents email flow ain various modes.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/950088
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philb19Author Commented:
solved myself - CRM
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