Re: Where is the email going?
From: KFL (karelf_at_microsoft.com)
Date: 8 Feb 2005 05:07:24 -0800
Re your delivering problem:
Actually, Exchange is AFAIK always delivering localy first. The only
thing you can do is to set up the default SMTP server to send all
"unrecognized recipient messages" to alternate server (your ISP), which
is almost the same you asked for :).
Then Exchange won't send NDRs then, but will each message with unknown
local recipient send to your ISP's server, which is going to deliver it
properly on its side.
EE RPM for Exchange
Microsoft Czech & Slovak
> I am totally new to windows 2003 and exchange server. When I
> system the first time it asked me for the domain name and so forth.
So I put
> let's say "mydomain.com" (as an example). Now we also have a
> domain "mydomain.com" and our primary mailboxes are hosted by our
> download the messages using the pop3 connector.
> Now let's say I have two users. One named john who has an account on
> exchange and mike who does not. When someone tries to send john an
> (firstname.lastname@example.org), the emails goes through because john is on
> but when they try to send mike an email email@example.com the email
> back because the system tries to send the message locally first.
> How can I configure exchange to try sending the message locally after
> tries my provider first?
> My second question, I have a "pop virtual server" which refuses to
> What is a pop virtual server?
> Thank you
> Please post only