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Sending mail to a moderated list in Exchange 2010

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Hi,

I have Exchange 2010 SP3/Rollup 4 running on Windows 2008 R2 Ent.

I send/receive mail for two domains on the server. Lets say  maindomain.com and seconddomain.com

I have a mailing list set up that has all my users in it (several hundred), lets call it Allusers@maindomain.com

I set it up so only certain people can send mail to the list and have it go to a moderated box first.

It's all working fine. Each person I give permission to, to send to the list is able to.

Except for one.

This persons main email address is  bob@seconddomain.com (all others who have permission to send mail to the list have email addresses under the maindomain.com. I also created bob@maindomain.com for him, but it doesn't seem to be the primary address (it's not in BOLD) under the 'E-mailAddress' tab.

If he tries to send mail to the list, he gets a message saying he's not authorized.

How can I get bob@seconddomain.com to be able to send to the list?

Thanks,
Nacht
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Hi,
Yes, the second domain (seconddomain.com) is an accepted domain and also an Authoritative domain. It is not however, the 'default' domain.
I'm not having a problem with people on seconddomain.com sending or receiving mail.
The problem I'm having is with someone whose primary address is in seconddomain.com, being able to send to a moderated mailing list.
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Never mind. There doesn't seem to be a problem after all. I made the mistake of believing the user before I tested it for myself. Seems to be working fine.
Thanks!
Nacht
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I figured out the problem. It wasn't a problem --- user was reporting incorrect data.
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