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partyben

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Please help!!! :tazz:

We run an Exchange Server 5.5 which is very reliable however we will migrate away when the time is right.

We send and recieve via MX records and DNS.

There is no problem sending or recieving. However when we try and send to
ANY AOL account it returns with this error message......


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

Subject: test
Sent: 15/06/05 15:30

The following recipient(s) could not be reached:

'ogfhome@aol.com' on 15/06/05 15:31
The recipient was unavailable to take delivery of the message
The MTS-ID of the original message is: c=US;a= ;p=Crime Prevention;l=ALPHAB-050615143023Z-2
MSEXCH:IMS:Crime Prevention Services:CPS:ALPHAB 3554 (000B09AA) 554 Connecting IP: xxx.xx.xx.xxx


I have blanked out the IP on purpose.

Can anyone help? ;) ;)
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mhoff1

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Seems to me there was a white paper from Microsoft regard a patch for this? Have you tried searching at MS Exchange 5.5 site?
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partyben

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I havent tried searching on Microsofts website for this. Do you know what I should search for on Microsofts website?

Many Thanks for your reply.
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