Exchange solutions

  • From: "Osman Mahmud" <omahmud@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 10 Aug 2005 20:18:51 +0600


Previously we had one Exchange Server 2003. Now we have two more
Exchange 2003 clusters installed on Windows server 2003 member server.
We moved some mailboxes from old exchange to the new Exchange Clusters.
Users of these moved mailboxes can send mails to anywhere, but do not
receive mails from users having mailboxes in old exchange server and
Internet as well. Users of moved mailboxes can receive mails from each
other only.

Outlook 2003 generates error message when send/receive button in presses
as bellow Task Microsoft Exchange Server reported error 0X8004010F the
operation failed. An object could not be found.


BTW I have no problem with offline Address Book.

I need to solve it like all the users can send/receive mails to/from any
user and Internet, no matter where their mailboxes reside.

Please suggest me as soon you can. 




Best Regards,

Osman Mahmud

Senior System Administrator


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