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MS Exchange 2007 - 5.1.1 NDR problem

Posted on 2015-01-21
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I have three email addresses that I need to send mail to that are all on the same domain. Two of them wont leave my server, resulting in the NDR, but one does get delivered.

These addresses do not auto complete in the TO: field of the message in Outlook.

Error: #550 5.1.1 RESOLVER.ADR.RecipNotFound; not found ##
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by:NICK S
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How about from owa
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by:mapalaska2003
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I still have the same problem with OWA
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by:FarWest
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if they are new addresses , rebuild and publish address book to enable autocomplete

do you have all exchange services on one machine?
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by:mapalaska2003
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Auto-complete does not work for those addresses. If it did i'd just delete it there and clear the cache.
Yes-all exchange services are on one server.
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by:FarWest
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I meant the address book on exchange server
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I assume that you have more than one DC
make sure that replication is done successfully
between all DCs
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If issue is happening on OWA as well then check the replication on DC, run DCDIAG and see for any error.
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by:mapalaska2003
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I ran dcdiag and found no related errors.

An after thought:  one domain user, quite some time ago, had added the email address as a smtp to their existing Exchange account in Outlook. It has since been removed. Is exchange trying to send it to that account still perhaps?
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Thanks
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