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Enterprise Software Thread, [Exchange] Recipient not found error from local exchange - mailbox exists in Technical; sorry it is only dgregory i tried to truncate it when i posted so as not to post the full ...
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    sorry it is only dgregory i tried to truncate it when i posted so as not to post the full alias on here.

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    Can you actually go to the Domain partition in Adsiedit and check the proxyaddresses and mail attribute?

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    mail and proxy address in adsi edit are correct.

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    Can you run Get-Mailbox "Alias" | fl *add*

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    Code:
    AddressBookPolicy             :
    ForwardingAddress             :
    ForwardingSmtpAddress         :
    OfflineAddressBook            :
    AddressListMembership         : {\All Users, \All Rooms, \Default Global Address List}
    EmailAddresses                : {SMTP:dgregory@correct.domain}
    HiddenFromAddressListsEnabled : False
    EmailAddressPolicyEnabled     : True
    PrimarySmtpAddress            : dgregory@correct.domain
    WindowsEmailAddress           : dgregory@correct.domain

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    Ok, send a test message via OWA and then check MT logs and report back on what they say.
    If the above fails then move the mbx for this user to another DB and test again.
    Can you check the user in the GAL and see if you see the addresses.

    DONT forget to delete the cache when performing test.

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    are exchange transport logs on by default? Im a bit lost looking for them in this new R2/2010 installation..

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    By default they are logged, go to the properties under Server Configuration in the EMC and right click server>prop>log settings.

    However, use the EMC>Toolbox>Tracking Log Explorer to perform a search. (Takes a few times to get it right, have a play around as you may not get any results back if you dont put in the "appropiate criteria" exch is looking for).

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    Ive only got 1 database so cannot move him to test.

    This is the results of the logs, im not sure what they mean:

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    Are we saying that the recipient never gets's the message or they do and you get the NDR too?

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    I am not sure i have been unable to get hold of this particular user, i have just been informed of, and been able to replicate the NDR

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    however i dont get any delivery reciepts when i enable them when sending....

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    OK, can you run Get-Mailbox |fl *LegacyExch* for the problem user and the same for your account?

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    Code:
    [PS] C:\Windows\system32>Get-Mailbox rburns |fl *LegacyExch*
    
    
    LegacyExchangeDN : /o=School/ou=Exchange Administrative Group (FYDIBOHF23SPDLT)/cn=Recipients/cn=RBurns
    
    
    
    [PS] C:\Windows\system32>Get-Mailbox dgregory |fl *LegacyExch*
    
    
    LegacyExchangeDN : /o=School/ou=Exchange Administrative Group (FYDIBOHF23SPDLT)/cn=Recipients/cn=Daniel Gregory41b

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    Can you go to the EMC>Recipients Container> and then find the problem user, and check the Name field on the User Information tab. Then modify the legacyDN via adsiedit to match this.

    You can see the legacyDN is different from yours.

    It's strange as I thought it wasn't a legacyDN issue but it seems like it may well be.

    The other alternative is what was mentioned before, to create a x500 address for this user. (Try this first before the legacyDN change via Adsiedit).
    Last edited by sukh; 3rd August 2012 at 03:20 PM. Reason: The other alternative is what was mentioned before, to create a x500 address for this user. (Try this first before the legacy

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