The transition has gone relatively well, we can now send mail, but all incoming mail is being queued on the new Exchange 2007 box without it being delivered to the relevant users mailbox. The error it gives is:
430 4.2.0 storedrv; mailbox logon failure
For each email.
Anyone have any advice on this?
I had to make (some of) the services start under the domain admin account otherwise they would just refuse.
Still no joy on this. I'm using one of my free TechNet+ support calls to get Microsoft to dig this out. The only problem being is that they prefer you to do it online with an email address, and I have to use the one I registered my subscription with which is on the borked mail server
I'm having to use their fax route which takes ages to register, so it won't be until tomorrow it get fixed, and in the mean time our mail queue is getting large.
Good luck, hope you get it sorted!
I had to use one of our free calls to sort out the hanging issue with our new Fujitsu's, they're not the quickest at getting back to you, but they seem to have solved the problem!
Fixed. The Exchange services config files were written for a different version\patch level of the .Net framework than was on Server 2008. I used a TechNet support call and the lovely M$ guy diagnosed this and sorted everything out.
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