SMTP Addresses

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DigitalJanitor

I have a user that did a little 'experimenting' on her own about an

issue she was having. If someone sent her a message using upper case

letters in her address: Uppercase@whatever.domain the mail would take a

lot longer before it finally showed up in her mailbox. If, however, they

sent it to her using her correct address - all lowercase:

lowercase@whatever.domain it would be delivered immediately.

What is the magic button to take away the case sensitivity oh the SMTP

addresses?

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Ed Crowley [MVP]

LOL! Maybe you ought to verify these results with a statistically

significant sample.

Ed Crowley MVP

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> I have a user that did a little 'experimenting' on her own about an
> issue she was having. If someone sent her a message using upper case
> letters in her address: Uppercase@whatever.domain the mail would take
> a lot longer before it finally showed up in her mailbox. If, however,
> they sent it to her using her correct address - all lowercase:
> lowercase@whatever.domain it would be delivered immediately.
> What is the magic button to take away the case sensitivity oh the SMTP
> addresses?

> Thanks for any reply -
 
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Rich Matheisen [MVP]

On Mon, 25 Jan 2010 15:34:34 -0800, "Ed Crowley [MVP]"

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> LOL! Maybe you ought to verify these results with a statistically
> significant sample.


One is the loneliest number.

Seriously, the left side of the SMTP address can be case-sensitive

but, if it were, it wouldn't take longer to deliver, it would be

rejected as an unknown user.

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Rich Matheisen

 
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Andre Butler

left side of the Email address case sensative

Did you ever get a resolution to your issue.

System is running windows 2003 SP2 and Outlook 2007 SP2.

the following error is received by the sender:

MapiExceptionNamedPropsQuotaExceeded

DigitalJanitor wrote:

SMTP Addresses

25-Jan-10

I have a user that did a little 'experimenting' on her own about an

issue she was having. If someone sent her a message using upper case

letters in her address: Uppercase@whatever.domain the mail would take a

lot longer before it finally showed up in her mailbox. If, however, they

sent it to her using her correct address - all lowercase:

lowercase@whatever.domain it would be delivered immediately.

What is the magic button to take away the case sensitivity oh the SMTP

addresses?

Thanks for any reply -

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On Monday, January 25, 2010 3:39 PM

DigitalJanitor wrote:

SMTP Addresses

I have a user that did a little 'experimenting' on her own about an

issue she was having. If someone sent her a message using upper case

letters in her address: Uppercase@whatever.domain the mail would take a

lot longer before it finally showed up in her mailbox. If, however, they

sent it to her using her correct address - all lowercase:

lowercase@whatever.domain it would be delivered immediately.

What is the magic button to take away the case sensitivity oh the SMTP

addresses?

Thanks for any reply -

On Monday, January 25, 2010 6:34 PM

Ed Crowley [MVP] wrote:

LOL!

LOL! Maybe you ought to verify these results with a statistically

significant sample.

Ed Crowley MVP

"There are seldom good technological solutions to behavioral problems."

> .

On Monday, January 25, 2010 7:51 PM

Rich Matheisen [MVP] wrote:

One is the loneliest number.

One is the loneliest number.

Seriously, the left side of the SMTP address can be case-sensitive

but, if it were, it would not take longer to deliver, it would be

rejected as an unknown user.

-
Rich Matheisen


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