From looking at your message, you were trying to send a message inbound to a
recipient that was on that Exchange Server. If that is so, open up Exchange
System Manager and expand Recipients. You will see Recipient Policies. Click
on this and on the right you should see Default Recipient Policy. Make sure
that the domain that you are trying to accept for is listed on the Email
Addresses tab. If not, add an SMTP address with that domain and it should
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"Dave Thompson" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I got this message when testing my new replacement
> exchange server from an external email account. Is there
> something I may have misconfigured or left out?
> <email address of client on exchange server>:
> <exchange server ip> does not like recipient.
> Remote host said: 550 5.7.1 Unable to relay for
> <email address of client on exchange server>
> Giving up on <ip address of my exchange server>