Review your transport rules, perhaps you find something interesting there.
I have no idea. It was here before me.
On Thu, Sep 16, 2010 at 1:21 PM, James Chong <jchong@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hmm, what was the original function or pupose of the internal contact?
Sent: Thursday, September 16, 2010 1:11 PM
Object only has a single SMTP address, and an x400 address that doest appear to be pointing externally. At this point, it is doing what it needs to do, but not the way I would have performed it. I am just trying to get an understanding of how it is doing this. Based on everything I know, this shouldnt be happening
On Thu, Sep 16, 2010 at 12:52 PM, James Chong <jchong@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
can also do contact forwarding using multiple proxy addresses, one email
address on the contact is your exchange email then second smtp address could be
Thank you very much for the response. Now I actually know where I "can" set it :) The problem is, that field is blank, so I have no idea how it is getting out of the Organization.
On Thu, Sep 16, 2010 at 12:36 PM, James Chong <jchong@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Yes, unless you've specificially configured Exchange to forward unknown recipients to another mail host. You would typically do this when sharing SMTP namespace with foreign mail systems.
How to share an SMTP address space in Exchange 2000 Server or in Exchange Server 2003
On Behalf Of Douglas Long [admindoug@xxxxxxxxx]
I am not sure if I missed something long ago, or this is acting weird. If I have a domain catdog.com that my Exchange org is serving, shouldn't all messages sent to @catdog.org from internal MAPI clients stay within Exchange?
What is happening (Exchange 2003) ....
I have a contact jdaily with smtp address of jdaily@xxxxxxxxxx. Of course there is no Exchange mailbox for this address or it wouldn't be a contact. I would figure messages to this address would just be bounced, but instead are forwarded onto a UNIX host which forwards messages to various addresses (like a dist group).
Can anyone explain this? I am at a loss.