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No undeliverables after upgrading to Exchange 2010

Posted on 2013-12-10
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Hello all;

I recently upgraded to Exchange 2010 from Exchange 2003.  I no longer get undeliverable "NDR" reports when an email does not make it through that I attempt to send.  I need the user who is sending it as well as one other email account to receive the undeliverable report.  How can I change this ?     Thanks in advance !
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here is a nice write up about NDR's.
in particular it has a link to the setting to turn delivery reports off, in your case you want to turn them on.

http://www.computerperformance.co.uk/exchange2010/exchange_2010_ndr.htm

if that does not resolve it then have a look at the antispam rules on the exchange. Personally i disable all of them, except only accept messages for users with mailbox (from memory), as i use an external gateway antispam solution.

Cheers
Andrew
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