Windows Vista - Your message did not reach some or all of the intended recipients

Asked By Ben on 18-Aug-11 01:27 PM

Your message did not reach some or all of the intended recipients.

 

    Subject:    RE: ורניק

    Sent: 8/18/2011 1:14 PM

 

The following recipient(s) cannot be reached:

 

    'meirorenstein3@gmail.com' on 8/18/2011 1:19 PM

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Ravi S replied to Ben on 18-Aug-11 01:31 PM
HI

To work around this behavior, choose one of the following methods.
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=836563#top

Method 1: Move all Exchange mailboxes to a different Exchange 5.5 server

Move all Exchange mailboxes from the Exchange 5.5 server that has a dot in the server name to another Exchange 5.5 server that does not have a dot in the server name. To do so, follow these steps on the Exchange 5.5 server that has a dot in the server name:
  1. Click Start, point to Programs, point to Microsoft Exchange, and then clickMicrosoft Exchange Administrator.
  2. Connect the Exchange Administrator program to the other Exchange 5.5 server.
  3. Click the mailbox or the group of mailboxes that you want to move.
  4. On the Tools menu, click Move Mailbox, click the Exchange 5.5 server that you want, and then click OK.
  5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to move all mailboxes.
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=836563#top

Method 2: Move all mailboxes to a server that is running Exchange 2000 or Exchange 2003

To move all mailboxes on the Exchange 5.5 server that has a dot in the server name to a server that is running Exchange 2000 or Exchange 2003, follow these steps:
  1. Click Start, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click Active Directory Users and Computers.
  2. Locate the users whose mailboxes reside on the Exchange 5.5 server.
  3. Select the user mailboxes that you want to move.
  4. Right-click the selection you made in step 3, and then click Exchange Tasks

    This process initializes the Exchange Tasks Wizard. The Exchange Tasks Wizard guides you through the process of moving the mailboxes to the server that is running Exchange 2000 or Exchange 2003.
  5. Repeat steps 2 through 4 until all the Exchange 5.5 mailboxes are moved.
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=836563#top

Method 3: Remove the server that is running Exchange 2003 or Exchange 2000 from its current administrative group, and then install it in another administrative group.

Although Microsoft does not recommend this method, you can remove the server that is running Exchange 2003 or Exchange 2000 from the current administrative group and then install it in a different administrative group that does not have an Exchange 5.5 server that has a dot in the server name.

To do this, use the bootstrap method. You only have to use the bootstrap method if you have to add an Exchange 5.5 server to a new administrative group that has no Exchange servers in it.

refer
http://forums.msexchange.org/Your_message_did_not_reach_some_or_all_of_the_intended_recipients%25/m_130051900/tm.htm
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=836563
Ravi S replied to Ben on 18-Aug-11 01:32 PM
Hi

Some server require correct domain identification (Reverse Lookup). This means that when you identify yourself through the helo/ehlo command you put your smtp domain name.

You're identifying as webmail and this is not a valid domain.
You can change this in the configuration of the smtp connector
In exchange: SMTP virtual server Properties / Deliver Tab / Advanced / Fully qualified domain name

refer
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/195671

Riley K replied to Ben on 18-Aug-11 01:36 PM
This issue occurs when you are using Microsoft Exchange Server as your mail system and when one of the contact mailboxes has been deleted from the Exchange server.

If you are using Microsoft Office Outlook 2007

  1. On the Standard toolbar, click the Address Book icon.
  2. In the Address Book list, click the address book that contains the name about which you want information.
  3. In the Search box, type the name that you want.
  4. In the list, right-click the name, and then click Properties.
If you are using Microsoft Office Outlook 2010
  1. On the Home Page, click the Address Book icon.
  2. In the Address Book list, click the address book that contains the name about which you want information.
  3. In the Search box, type the name that you want.
  4. In the list, right-click the name, and then click Properties.
Try and let me know
Devil Scorpio replied to Ben on 18-Aug-11 10:12 PM
Hi Ben,

CAUSE

This issue occurs when you are using Microsoft Exchange Server as your mail system and when one of the contact mailboxes has been deleted from the Exchange server.

RESOLUTION

To resolve this issue, use the global address list to send the e-mail message. If the user no longer exists, delete the contact for the user. Alternatively, get the new e-mail address from the intended recipient to add to your Contacts folder.

If the message was sent to a group of contacts in a personal distribution list, open the distribution list in the Contacts folder, and then click Update Now. The e-mail address will be replaced with the display address of the user as in the following example:
o/=Contoso/ou=First Administrative Group/cn=Recipients/cn=Test User

When you add a contact that is also in the global address book, Outlook resolves the e-mail address to an Exchange Server address. If you remove the mailbox from the Exchange Server server, the address in the Contact list is not updated.

To check the e-mail address properties, follow these steps, as appropriate for the version of Outlook that you are running.

Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 and earlier versions of Outlook

   1. Open a contact record.
   2. Right-click the e-mail address, and then click Properties.

Microsoft Office Outlook 2007

   1. On the Standard toolbar, click the Address Book icon.
   2. In the Address Book list, click the address book that contains the name about which you want information.
   3. In the Search box, type the name that you want.
   4. In the list, right-click the name, and then click Properties.


For the problem contact, everything on the General tab but the Display Name is blank.

Microsoft Office Outlook 2010

   1. On the Home Page, click the Address Book icon.
   2. In the Address Book list, click the address book that contains the name about which you want information.
   3. In the Search box, type the name that you want.
   4. In the list, right-click the name, and then click Properties.
Anoop S replied to Ben on 19-Aug-11 04:59 AM
1st Check this email id "meirorenstein3@gmail.com" is valid or not
or
This error can occur if you send mail with the Rich Text Format (RTF) option enabled to an Internet client using the CompuServe Internet profile in Microsoft Exchange. To send the message, disable the RTF option and copy the text of the message to a new message. To do so, follow these steps:

   1. On the Tools menu, click Services.
   2. Click CompuServe Mail, and then click Properties.
   3. On the Default Send Options tab, disable the "Send using Microsoft Exchange Rich Text Format" option.
   4. Click OK.
   5. Open a new mail message. Copy the text from the original message to the new message, and then send the message.