Email - Exchange 2010

I am getting a couple of bounce-backs that I'm not able to figure out how to take care of.
The first one says the following:

   550 <>: Recipient address rejected: User unknown in local recipient table"

I'm not sure why it's referring to a local recipient table as this is not a local user.

The other message is:

"554 5.7.1 The message from (<>) with the subject of (Order Acknowledgement) matches a profile the Internet community may consider spam. Please revise your message before resending."

I have checked blacklists and I don't see us on any of them so I'm not sure what else to check for here. These are automated emails that get sent out for confirmation.

Please let me know if I can get you more information.

Thank you!
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David CarrCommented:
The first one is the recipent mail server rejecting your message because that user is not found on their servers. My advice to double check the address you are sending to to see if it exists.

The second one is most likely based on the patterns in the email being sent matching a SPAM filter used on the recipient server. My advice is to contact the email administrator at the recipient side and have them whitelist your sending email address.

Good Luck!

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WinsoupAuthor Commented:
For the first message, I can send to the same email address using a different email account on my end and it works fine. Maybe need to be whitelisted with this one as well?
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