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MS Outlook: 554 Message refused


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RedHeadPeter

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I have been using MS Outlook for years from Office 2003. Toda I went to reply to an e-mail, to an address I have replied to many times before, but it bounced back with this message:

Your message did not reach some or all of the intended recipients.

Subject: Our tikets moscow-berlin
Sent: 05/08/2009 12:07

The following recipient(s) could not be reached:

'xxxxxxxxxxxx@gmail.com' on 05/08/2009 12:07
554 Message refused

I got round that problem by sending the message using a webmail service thinking it was a one-off glitch.

Later in the day I forwarded some messages that I need to access on vacation to a new googlemail account I created. That all went fine.

And then a few minutes ago I tried to forward another e-mail to that same googlemail account and got:

Your message did not reach some or all of the intended recipients.

Subject: FW: Our tickets Moscow to Berlin 25 August
Sent: 05/08/2009 22:40

The following recipient(s) could not be reached:

'xxxxxxxxxxxxx@googlemail.com' on 05/08/2009 22:40
554 Message refused

Now what is interersting is that the bounceback is instant - it doesn't have time to get out to my ISP SMTP server (which is a relay server) and then come back via the spamcop server.

Any ideas?
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