error messages when 'out of the office' is set

error messages when 'out of the office' is set

Post by Ronal » Tue, 14 Jan 2003 18:45:28



LS.

When we use the 'out of the office' in Outlook the mail
isn't going out (inside the office it works)

The server is a Windows NT4 with Exchange server 5.5 on it.

The message we get is:

The following recipients did not receive the attached
mail.  A NDR was not sent to the originator for the
following recipients for one of the following reasons:

        * The Delivery Status Notification options did not
request failure notification, or requested no notification.

        * The message was of precedence bulk.

NDR reasons are listed with each recipient, along with the
notification requested for that recipient,
or the precedence.


        MSEXCH:IMS:Verbond van Verzekeraars:VVV_NT1:VVV_FS
3550 (000B09AA) 550 No  user here (or domain for forward)
        NOTIFY=NEVER

The message that caused this notification was:
(and here is placed the out of the office mail as an
attachment)

The same problem occurs when a (outside) sender is using
a 'confirmation' on a sent mail.

I hope someone can help us.

Many thanks in advance,
greetings
Ronald Verburg

 
 
 

error messages when 'out of the office' is set

Post by Patrick Johansso » Tue, 14 Jan 2003 19:06:55


Hi,
sounds a bit like you are not allowing OOF replies to the internet, you need
to configure that in the Connections, Internet Mail service properties,
advanced options.
-Patrick


> LS.

> When we use the 'out of the office' in Outlook the mail
> isn't going out (inside the office it works)

> The server is a Windows NT4 with Exchange server 5.5 on it.

> The message we get is:

> The following recipients did not receive the attached
> mail.  A NDR was not sent to the originator for the
> following recipients for one of the following reasons:

> * The Delivery Status Notification options did not
> request failure notification, or requested no notification.

> * The message was of precedence bulk.

> NDR reasons are listed with each recipient, along with the
> notification requested for that recipient,
> or the precedence.


> MSEXCH:IMS:Verbond van Verzekeraars:VVV_NT1:VVV_FS
> 3550 (000B09AA) 550 No  user here (or domain for forward)
> NOTIFY=NEVER

> The message that caused this notification was:
> (and here is placed the out of the office mail as an
> attachment)

> The same problem occurs when a (outside) sender is using
> a 'confirmation' on a sent mail.

> I hope someone can help us.

> Many thanks in advance,
> greetings
> Ronald Verburg



 
 
 

error messages when 'out of the office' is set

Post by Ronal » Tue, 14 Jan 2003 19:52:59


Hallo Patrick,

We do allow OOF replies in the properties.
According to my collegue (who had the solution once, but
lost it somewhere) it must be something in the registry....

Maybe this will ring a bell (I hope)

greetings
Ronald

 
 
 

error messages when 'out of the office' is set

Post by Patrick Johansso » Wed, 15 Jan 2003 04:35:21


hmm, that really doesn't ring a bell. Maybe if you are using something like
helo instead of ehlo, I mean you are not using extended smtp, but I don't
really know if that would create a ndr. Are you getting these ndr:s from
just one system or from all systems. To be honest you threw me off a bit
with the registry key and the only thing I could think of was if you somehow
have made a change in your registry to not send esmtp.


> Hallo Patrick,

> We do allow OOF replies in the properties.
> According to my collegue (who had the solution once, but
> lost it somewhere) it must be something in the registry....

> Maybe this will ring a bell (I hope)

> greetings
> Ronald


 
 
 

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