Hello. We had a Mail Contact set up in Exchange 2007. He recently retired and I removed him from the system. Now when someone tries to email him directly, they get an NDR that looks like:
#550 5.1.1 RESOLVER.ADR.ExRecipNotFou
nd; not found ##
I have updated the GAB and deleted his name from the auto-populate (NK2) in Outlook 2007. When I begin a new message, I type in his external email address (firstname.lastname@example.org), it automatically changes it to his name, underlined. Where is it getting this information? I have scoured AD. If I right click his name in the new email message and look at the Outlook Properties, the only information filled out is the Display Name. It says /o=My Company/ou=First Administrative Group/cn=Recipients/cn=His
Name. We don't even have a First Administrative Group in AD. I can't use ADSIEdit because he's no longer in AD. So I'm clear, he was never a domain user. He was just a Mail Contact that was added so our users could email him at his yahoo address. How do I remove this information? I can tell you he's been in our system for a long time. We started out with Lotus Domino then moved to Exchange 2003. Since then, we've upgraded to Exchange 2007 SP3. If it makes any difference our Active Directory is at Windows 2008 functionality. If I have to use LDP in Windows Server 2008, how do I do it when that OU no longer exists?