I'm trying to track down a couple missing email issues and I was wondering what is the best way to do this in Exchange 2013.
Please also comment if you've run into either issue before.
Issue #1: We have a distribution list with all internal members. If the distribution list is used internally then all members receive the email. If an external contact like HP or DELL emails the distribution list 1 member never receives it.
It is always the same member and the problem is repeatable. Has anyone seen this behavior before and how do you recommend I track down the missing email?
Issue #2: An admin is setting up meetings with the entire sales force. She uses distribution groups to send the meeting invites, but not all the invited internal employees get added to the meeting or invited. Thus far the problematic invitees are repeatable.
-Exchange 2013 CU6
-Migrated from Exchange 2007
-Shutdown Exchange 2007 servers 60 days ago
-Uninstalled Exchange 2007 30 days ago
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