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    Hi folks,

    I have an issue here where a user can't send/receive emails internally. He is able to send/receive from external domain. He is the only user that experiencing this issue within the organization.

    Thanks.

  • #2
    Re: unable to send emails internally

    A clue, just a tiny clue, which version of Exchange (assuming you are using Exchange) would be very helpful, as would the email client and any other information you think might be relevant (perhaps the bounce message they get).

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    • #3
      Re: unable to send emails internally

      what happens when he sends?
      what happens when he receives?
      what happens when someone sends him an email?
      how is outlook configured?
      Are you using outlook?
      What happens if you check outlook web access?

      have you tried rotating the server to give it a 15 degree upward slant? then the internal emails might fall out into his mailbox.
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      • #4
        Re: unable to send emails internally

        Did u try to create any send receive connectors in hub transport role

        good luck!

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        • #5
          Re: unable to send emails internally

          Worth reviewing the LegacyDN settings as I believe it uses that to send emails Internally between users.

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