Here is an error message that comes up from an outside location trying to
send e-mail to oweng:
did not reach the following recipient(s):
internal on Wed, 20 Mar 2002 18:54:19 -0800
A configuration error in the recipient's e-mail system prevented
delivery of this message. Two recipients are configured with the same
e-mail address. Contact your administrator.
I don't have a problem with the error, but I can only find ONE recipient
with the e-mail address in question.
> Here is the error my father-in-law got:
> A configuration error in the recipient's e-mail system prevented
> delivery of this message. Two recipients are configured with the same
> e-mail address. Contact your administrator.
> The problem with this is I only see one oweng and that is when I make the
> account...even when the account does not exist it says there is two e-mail
> > Hi,
> > I thought of that, I did a search in Exchange System Manager for
> > related to oweng trying to find where the duplication is coming from. It
> > turned up nothing...Exchange thinks the e-mail already exsists even
> > nothing seems to reveal itself.
> > If I make the account for Owen Greaves with the alias oweng which in
> > general account page until i close the properties box of the oweng
> > address.
> > Exchange believes that oweng already is in there somewhere.
> > Owen
> > > Try to send an e-mail message to it with a read and delivery receipt
> > > attached. Is there any chance it might be associated with a public
> > > folder?
> > > On Wed, 20 Mar 2002 20:55:33 -0800, "Owen Greaves"
> > > >Hi,
> > > > It didn't resolve to anything. Here is what I did try:
> > > > I deleted the account for oweng and then tried to add the e-mail
> > address
> > > > I got an error saying that the e-mail address already exists. If the
> > > >account is gone where is that e-mail address hiding?
> > > >Take care,
> > > >Owen
> > > >> On Wed, 20 Mar 2002 20:05:01 -0800, "Owen Greaves"
> > > >> >Hi,
> > > >> > Everything resolves fine, I can open folders in the client the
> > > >> >shootin match.
> > > >> When you type that address in the To: line of a message what does
> > > >> resolve to?
> > > >> --
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