We were getting the following error after a migration to Exchange 2010 from 2003 which indicated that Exchange was still looking for the old server.
Event: Microsoft Exchange cannot find a route to the source transport server or home MTA server
The problem is during the migration the old server didn’t get pulled from Active Directory correctly so there were still settings that caused Exchange to believe that there was another MTA available… Continue reading
5.7.1 Client does not have permissions to send as this sender
This is what your Microsoft Exchange 2007 and or 2010 server may report when you try to send email through the Exchange server when permissions have been fouled up. The First this to check on is the “Manage Send As Permissions” under the user mailbox properties in the Exchange Management Console. Access the Exchange management console and select the user… Continue reading
Generally this condition occurs if anyone of the following conditions is true:
1. The fully qualified domain name (FQDN) that is specified in the Warning event has been defined on a Receive connector .
2. Send connector on a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 transport server, and no certificate is installed on the same computer that contains the… Continue reading
Warning: This process will delete all email that is due to go to external recipients. Internal messages are not affected, neither are new inbound messages from the Internet unless they are from the spammer continuing to try and abuse your server.
Capturing the Messages Into a Single Queue
This process requires an SMTP connector for all addresses. If you don’t already have one (with a * on the Continue reading