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  • Exchange 2007 - Accepted Domain problem

    Help, please.

    I've search and search and found solutions to the exact problem I have but when I follow the fix, the offending problem isn't there to delete.

    The error I get when trying to remove - Cannot remove the domain 'xxxx.com' because it is referenced by the proxy address template 'smtp:@xxxx.com'.


    I have followed this instruction:
    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/l.../aa997275.aspx

    Is there any other solution to this problem?

    I am running AD 2003 with Exchange 2003 and Exchange 2007 - I'm still in the transitional stage and ran into this problem. The the offending recipient policy in 2003 has been removed but I can't delete it from 2007. Email going out form 2003 comes out as the correct domain but on 2007 it goes out with a domain we use to own therefore reverse dns doesn't work. I hope this is clear. Thanks in advance!

    Bill

  • #2
    Re: Exchange 2007 - Accepted Domain problem

    Make sure you are using the Exchange Management Shell (installed with Exchange 2007) and not the Exchange System Manager for this task.

    Shaun

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    • #3
      Re: Exchange 2007 - Accepted Domain problem

      I take it the accepted domain it should be is present on the Exchnage 2007?

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      • #4
        Re: Exchange 2007 - Accepted Domain problem

        Yes I tried removing it using E2007 shell, does not work.

        The accepted domain was pulled over from E2003 when I was transitioning. I still have E2003 as the bridge head at the moment. Due to this problem I can't removed E2003 yet.

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        • #5
          Re: Exchange 2007 - Accepted Domain problem

          If you cannot find this email domain in the Exchange system manager Recipient Update Policies, OR you cannot remove it successfully here then you may need to use ADSIEdit to remove it.

          first of all, have you seen this document here: http://telnet25.wordpress.com/2009/0...rdomain-local/

          If not:

          See here: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Soft..._23275942.html

          here: http://www.iis-digest.com/index.php/...tpdomain-name/


          Shaun

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          • #6
            Re: Exchange 2007 - Accepted Domain problem

            I have already tried the method below, I didn't even see the offending domain browsing the two DC I have. I wish it was the solution.

            Originally posted by shauncroucher View Post
            If you cannot find this email domain in the Exchange system manager Recipient Update Policies, OR you cannot remove it successfully here then you may need to use ADSIEdit to remove it.

            first of all, have you seen this document here: http://telnet25.wordpress.com/2009/0...rdomain-local/

            If not:

            See here: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Soft..._23275942.html

            here: http://www.iis-digest.com/index.php/...tpdomain-name/


            Shaun

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            • #7
              Re: Exchange 2007 - Accepted Domain problem

              So you have used ADSIEdit and cannot find the domain in AD at all?

              Shaun

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              • #8
                Re: Exchange 2007 - Accepted Domain problem

                That's correct.

                Originally posted by shauncroucher View Post
                So you have used ADSIEdit and cannot find the domain in AD at all?

                Shaun

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                • #9
                  Re: Exchange 2007 - Accepted Domain problem

                  What happens if you try to add the domain in Exchange 2007?

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                  • #10
                    Re: Exchange 2007 - Accepted Domain problem

                    I can add and delete what I've added but what was moved over from 2003 when I installed 2007 won't delete.

                    Just to clarify stuff once more.

                    When sending email from 2007 is comes out as Envelop sender as [email protected] but from 2003 it comes out as [email protected]


                    The problem is that from 2007 mail.domain.com is not ours anymore we got rid of it therefor reverse DNS fail. So pretty much any recipient that does rDNS on us would never get our email. Currently I've moved back some of the use back 2003.

                    Thanks

                    Originally posted by shauncroucher View Post
                    What happens if you try to add the domain in Exchange 2007?

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                    • #11
                      Re: Exchange 2007 - Accepted Domain problem

                      rDNS lookups are done on the connecting IP address, not on the domain portion of the nevelope sender. The rDNS will check that your public IP has a valid record. The rDNS does not have to match your email domain at all.

                      So, can you just claify WHERE you see this invalid domain.

                      Do you see it in the 2003 Exchange System Manager? What error if you try to delete? what happens when you try to add (if not there).

                      Do you see it in the 2007 Exchange management console? What error if you try to delete? what happens when you try to add (if not there)

                      Shaun

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                      • #12
                        Re: Exchange 2007 - Accepted Domain problem

                        Error is in E2007


                        error: Cannot remove the domain '<domain name>' because it is referenced by the proxy address template 'smtp:@<domain name>'.


                        Regarding rDNS why the heck is mail coming out of my E2007 set with the wrong primary domain?
                        That's why I'm under the assumption that the domain I can't delete is causing the problem.

                        Thanks



                        Originally posted by shauncroucher View Post
                        rDNS lookups are done on the connecting IP address, not on the domain portion of the nevelope sender. The rDNS will check that your public IP has a valid record. The rDNS does not have to match your email domain at all.

                        So, can you just claify WHERE you see this invalid domain.

                        Do you see it in the 2003 Exchange System Manager? What error if you try to delete? what happens when you try to add (if not there).

                        Do you see it in the 2007 Exchange management console? What error if you try to delete? what happens when you try to add (if not there)

                        Shaun
                        Last edited by nhbilly; 23rd October 2009, 16:26.

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                        • #13
                          Re: Exchange 2007 - Accepted Domain problem

                          Do you have your Exchange 2003 available anymore? Does it show in there at all?

                          Email Address Policies are the entity responsible for setting the Reply-To address on your recipients.

                          See here: http://www.msexchange.org/articles_t...-policies.html

                          Shaun

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                          • #14
                            Re: Exchange 2007 - Accepted Domain problem

                            Yes I still have E2003 and the setting is no where to be found on E2003.



                            Originally posted by shauncroucher View Post
                            Do you have your Exchange 2003 available anymore? Does it show in there at all?

                            Email Address Policies are the entity responsible for setting the Reply-To address on your recipients.

                            See here: http://www.msexchange.org/articles_t...-policies.html

                            Shaun

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                            • #15
                              Re: Exchange 2007 - Accepted Domain problem

                              And so what happens when you try to ADD this bogus domain as a recipient policy on Exchange 2003? Does it add, and if so, can you then remove it using Exchange 2003?

                              Shaun

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