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Outgoing Exchange 2003 Domain Issue

Posted on 2014-03-12
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We have an Exchange 2003 server that we had to restore from backups. We are now having problems with several customer emails being bounced back or delayed because of certain domains. This is being done either from a contact list or from replying to an email.

Where do I go into Exchange 2003 to allow users to send emails to domains without any problems?

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The exact bounce error would be nice to have. Can you attach some full reports?
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Most of the delays were because of being grey-listed for the time period we were down. I checked all the bounced emails and cleared up the domain issues by going to the domains we had issues with and that moved everything along.

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