DAve, if you change your recipient policie and setup a new default SMTP
address and apply it to all recipients, it should work.
> I'm hoping someone can offer a simple solution for this problem. Thanks
> much in advance.
> A local company is running SBS 2003 and has a domain name of "xxx.com"
> The partners split and the server was kept as "xxx.com" in Active
> Directory but the email domain was changed to "yyy.com".
> We couldn't change the Active Directory domain since it's not allowed
> in SBS 2003. So, DNS is still set up with "xxx.com".
> Now, when the secretary tries to send email to "email@example.com", we
> receive the message in the subject above.
> Is there an easy fix for this without having to rebuild the server? We
> need to keep Active Directory as "xxx.com" but need to be able to email
> outside to another SMTP domain "xxx.com".
> Thanks again.