Pop3 and Exchange Name Similiaritys

A user gets an Error from the Exchnage System Administrator when sending an 
email to ASmith@domain.com. This is a users pop3 acct. The same user has an 
exchange email address, AnnSmith@domain.com. the error says:
Your message did not reach some or all of the intended recipients.

      Subject:	test
      Sent:	3/29/2005 1:31 PM

The following recipient(s) could not be reached:

      'asmith@domain.com' on 3/29/2005 1:31 PM
            The e-mail account does not exist at the organization this 
message was sent to.  Check the e-mail address, or contact the recipient 
directly to find out the correct address.
            <exchangeServer.domain.net #10.1.1>

The users login in AD is asmith. Could this similarity be causing exchange 
to error? This is a recent problem. I can send the user an email at the pop3 
acct from the web, but not from Outlook (through exchange).
Any help here?
Thank you.
-- 
please remove the spaces to email me directly. Thank You.
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I tried this:
FROM LES CONNER:
'Here's the full lesson, thanks to Rick Morris [MSFT] 

What you're doing is trying to share an address space with a foreign mail 
server. 

For discussion's sake, lets say that: 
1.  The domain name of the SBS 2003 server's Active Directory forest is 
internal.loc 
2.  The Exchange 2003 default recipient policy is configured with two SMTP 
addresses: 
a.  @internal.loc 
b.  @isp.net 
3.  You have run the CEICW and entered isp.net for the Internal domain name 
for which the Exchange server will receive mail for your 
users. 
4.  You want to send mail to a userbbb@isp.net, but when you do so, the 
Exchange server generates an immediate non-delivery report 
because there is no userbbb in the Active Directory. 

To share the address space @isp.net with a foreign mail system (in this 
case, the ISP's POP3 server) you must configure the Exchange 
server's default recipient policy such that the Exchange Organization is not 
"authoritative" for all mail delivered to the @isp.net address. 

See: 
823158 Authoritative and Nonauthoritative Domains in Exchange 2003 
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=823158 

OK, now what? 

Well, you open the Exchange System Manager, bring up the properties of the 
Recipient Policy (on SBS 2003, there is normally only one 
recipient policy, call the Default Recipient Policy.)  Follow the article 
above to check whether the Exchange server is authoritative for 
@isp.net.  If it is, set the secondary SMTP address space as primary (if 
there is only one SMTP address, add another, @bogus.net, for 
example.)  Once the secondary SMTP address is set as the primary, you will 
be able to edit the @isp.net address to uncheck "This Exchange 
Organization is responsible for all mail delivery to this address" check 
box, click OK and set the @isp.net address as primary like it was 
before. 

Exchange will now accept mail for external recipients using the @isp.net 
domain, and after verifying that they are not homed in the Active 
Directory, will send the mail to the designated mail exchanger for the 
@isp.net domain without generating an immediate NDR. 


Related articles: 

822943 How to Share Simple Mail Transfer Protocol Address Spaces in Exchange 
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=822943 

822447 How to Modify an SMTP E-Mail Address by Using Recipient Policies 
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=822447 

324958 How To Block Open SMTP Relaying and Clean Up Exchange Server SMTP 
Queues 
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=324958 

321721 XCON: Sharing SMTP Address Spaces in Exchange 2000 Server and 
Exchange 
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=321721 

319759 How to Configure Exchange to Forward Messages to a Foreign Messaging 
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=319759 

265293 How to Configure the SMTP Connector in Exchange 
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=265293 


-- 
Les Connor [SBS Community Member - SBS MVP] 
----------------------------------------------------------- 


This didn't work either.
can some one help?.

_Joga
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Utf
3/30/2005 10:39:07 PM
Not getting any help here guys.



"Joga" wrote:

> I tried this:
> FROM LES CONNER:
> 'Here's the full lesson, thanks to Rick Morris [MSFT] 
> 
> What you're doing is trying to share an address space with a foreign mail 
> server. 
> 
> For discussion's sake, lets say that: 
> 1.  The domain name of the SBS 2003 server's Active Directory forest is 
> internal.loc 
> 2.  The Exchange 2003 default recipient policy is configured with two SMTP 
> addresses: 
> a.  @internal.loc 
> b.  @isp.net 
> 3.  You have run the CEICW and entered isp.net for the Internal domain name 
> for which the Exchange server will receive mail for your 
> users. 
> 4.  You want to send mail to a userbbb@isp.net, but when you do so, the 
> Exchange server generates an immediate non-delivery report 
> because there is no userbbb in the Active Directory. 
> 
> To share the address space @isp.net with a foreign mail system (in this 
> case, the ISP's POP3 server) you must configure the Exchange 
> server's default recipient policy such that the Exchange Organization is not 
> "authoritative" for all mail delivered to the @isp.net address. 
> 
> See: 
> 823158 Authoritative and Nonauthoritative Domains in Exchange 2003 
> http://support.microsoft.com/?id=823158 
> 
> OK, now what? 
> 
> Well, you open the Exchange System Manager, bring up the properties of the 
> Recipient Policy (on SBS 2003, there is normally only one 
> recipient policy, call the Default Recipient Policy.)  Follow the article 
> above to check whether the Exchange server is authoritative for 
> @isp.net.  If it is, set the secondary SMTP address space as primary (if 
> there is only one SMTP address, add another, @bogus.net, for 
> example.)  Once the secondary SMTP address is set as the primary, you will 
> be able to edit the @isp.net address to uncheck "This Exchange 
> Organization is responsible for all mail delivery to this address" check 
> box, click OK and set the @isp.net address as primary like it was 
> before. 
> 
> Exchange will now accept mail for external recipients using the @isp.net 
> domain, and after verifying that they are not homed in the Active 
> Directory, will send the mail to the designated mail exchanger for the 
> @isp.net domain without generating an immediate NDR. 
> 
> 
> Related articles: 
> 
> 822943 How to Share Simple Mail Transfer Protocol Address Spaces in Exchange 
> http://support.microsoft.com/?id=822943 
> 
> 822447 How to Modify an SMTP E-Mail Address by Using Recipient Policies 
> http://support.microsoft.com/?id=822447 
> 
> 324958 How To Block Open SMTP Relaying and Clean Up Exchange Server SMTP 
> Queues 
> http://support.microsoft.com/?id=324958 
> 
> 321721 XCON: Sharing SMTP Address Spaces in Exchange 2000 Server and 
> Exchange 
> http://support.microsoft.com/?id=321721 
> 
> 319759 How to Configure Exchange to Forward Messages to a Foreign Messaging 
> http://support.microsoft.com/?id=319759 
> 
> 265293 How to Configure the SMTP Connector in Exchange 
> http://support.microsoft.com/?id=265293 
> 
> 
> -- 
> Les Connor [SBS Community Member - SBS MVP] 
> ----------------------------------------------------------- 
> 
> 
> This didn't work either.
> can some one help?.
> 
> _Joga
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Utf
3/31/2005 7:55:04 PM
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