Your problem is different. You are using a POP to SMTP gateway that does
not correctly process the information in the message header. Unfortunately,
this is typical of these products. Since they are operating from the
disadvantaged position of trying to deliver mail without envelopes, it is
understandable that they would occasionally fail.
Simpler-Webb, Inc. Austin, TX "Mauve has more RAM" -
>I'm having the same problem as you (among other problems).....
>Since your doing dialup also how do you have your IMS configured for
>routing? When we get a message in from the internet only the first
>person in the list gets the message. Any thoughts?
>> See if this helps:
>> I also remember something about SBS having a problem when a DUN
>> configuration was used that had too many characters for the
>> configuration name, 20 or more I think.
>> > I've posted this several times, but have received no response.
>> > Can I at least get a cigar for my efforts?
>> > We are getting intermittent dial-ups with IMS.
>> > Dials up on schedule for a while.
>> > Then starts to produce errors such as:
>> > The dial-up connection 'Erol's' could not be made.
>> > The error reported was: 
>> > Event ID: 4106
>> > Tries several more times, then is successful.
>> > Is this normal?
>> > Are there settings that need to be adjusted?
>> > Am I the only one that has this problem?
>> Darin R Camp