Sending emails to a subdomain via Exchange 2003

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john roostaeyan

Here's my problem..

I'm running Exchange 2003 SP2. Windows 2003.

I'm hosting email for a number of domains.

One of them as an example is hello.com

I have created an smtp record in receipient policies and the MX record for hello.com from my ISP points to my Exchange Server. I'm able to receive ALL mail for hello.com.

Everything is GREAT,

EXCEPT,

now we have decided to create a new domian called

xxx.hello.com and the MX record for xxx.hello.com

points to someone else. When I send an email to

Joe@xxx.hello.com from OUTSIDE my network, it gets

delivered just fine. When I try to send an email to

Joe@xxx.hello.com via my Exchange Server I get an

NDR...

#5.5.0 smtp;554 Unknown Recipient (#5.1.1)

It looks to me that because I have hello.com in

my recepient polices, Exchange thinks that

Joe@xxx.hello.com is a local mailbox and when it tries to deliver, it fails.

Any thoughts as to what I have to do to get Exchange to route the emails to xxx.hello.com correctly.

Thanks,

John

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"john roostaeyan" wrote in message news:2009102016945john@lfp.com...
> Here's my problem..
> I'm running Exchange 2003 SP2. Windows 2003.

> I'm hosting email for a number of domains.
> One of them as an example is hello.com
> I have created an smtp record in receipient policies and the MX record for
> hello.com from my ISP points to my Exchange Server. I'm able to receive
> ALL mail for hello.com.
> Everything is GREAT,

> EXCEPT,

> now we have decided to create a new domian called
> xxx.hello.com and the MX record for xxx.hello.com
> points to someone else. When I send an email to
> Joe@xxx.hello.com from OUTSIDE my network, it gets
> delivered just fine. When I try to send an email to
> Joe@xxx.hello.com via my Exchange Server I get an
> NDR...
> #5.5.0 smtp;554 Unknown Recipient (#5.1.1)

> It looks to me that because I have hello.com in
> my recepient polices, Exchange thinks that
> Joe@xxx.hello.com is a local mailbox and when it tries to deliver, it
> fails.

> Any thoughts as to what I have to do to get Exchange to route the emails
> to xxx.hello.com correctly.

> Thanks,
> John

> EggHeadCafe - Software Developer Portal of Choice
> ASP.NET Modal Dialog Postback and return values
> http://www.eggheadcafe.com/tutorials/aspnet/f6a080a9-3394-4299-855c-f0128810f738/aspnet-modal-dialog-post.aspx
 
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