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Outlook 2003 Sending problems to Distrib. List

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I recently switched from Outlook Express, to Outlook 2002 and then again to Outlook 2003. I started having problems back in Outlook Express.

I have a distribution list of about 125 names and when I send an email out I get a delivery error message from the Systems Administrator saying 550 5.7.1 <[email protected]>... Relaying denied

I can send out individual emails without incident.

I often send attachments if that is relevant.

Is my list to large? I think my settings are correct.

It would be a huge help to solve this problem. Thank you in advance for any help you can offer.
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does it give you the error with ALL emails in the distrobution list? or just a select few from the list? you say you can send individuals...do you mean that you tried sending to the one's that the errors were reported for and they worked if sent by themselves?

what if you split the distrobution list in half and have distro1 and distro2 and send the mail to both lists....do you still get the error
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