Hello EE users,
I recently recreated a domain moving a small environment from SBS 2003 to Windows 2012 with Exchange 2013.
Mail was exported from outlook and is available in a PST as an archive, as it was a nice opportunity to get people to start clean mailboxes. So to be perfectly clear, accounts (only 20ish) where created on a new forest/domain and email added to these.
Now I know Exchange 2003 used internal addresses (X.400) for mails between internal users, I also know I need to add these to the new accounts on the new server, but I have been not been able to get it to work so that people can reply to mails from the old system that they have in their archived PST's.
I think it's something like a syntax issue or maybe a detail I am missing, so please have a look at what I tried.
Example old user on the old server:
John von Doe
x.400: c=NL;a= ;p=(oldlocalnetbiosdomainn
On the new server he'd have the following:
John von Doe
I've added a x.500 address
T ADMINISTRATIVE GROUP/CN=RECIPIENTS/CN=j.v
I got the following error when replying to a mail in my archive:
Remote Server returned '550 5.1.1 RESOLVER.ADR.ExRecipNotFou
nd; not found'
According to this article (lowest comment) that IMCEAEX line should translate to the X.500 address I added above, but still no go.
So what did I miss, is there a syntax error in there or am I missing a step in my understanding on what I need to add?
More info available on request, I didn't want to make this to spammy a start topic.