New MS install is acting very strangely (misconfiguration
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Mon Oct 17 12:04:06 IST 2005
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On 17 Oct 2005, at 11:54, Gray, Richard wrote:
>>>> I have not changed any settings on the Exchange box nor
>> did I change
>>>> any ip information on the new/old MS boxes. The way I
>> worked it out
>>>> was by changing the ip address of the old box and then
>> changing the
>>>> new box to the appropriate ip address. (To get them back
>> to normal I
>>>> did the opposite of course.)
>>> Maybe running a packet sniffer could help see where it
>> 'delivered' the
>>> undelivered mail.
> I've actually noticed some slightly strange behaviour in exchange
> regarding the message tracking feature. We had a problem where if a
> message was quarantined, it would send the decontaminated message out.
> If I went and located the message in quarantine and copied it into
> delivery queue, exim would pick the message up and deliver it, but the
> exchange server would have no record of having received it.
> I was never able to tie this down to anything specific, and we
> ended up
> fixing it by not sending through notifications rather than the
> message. Just something to be aware about if you are working on this.
Switch off Exchange's duplicate message detection and try it again.
The cleaned message will have the same message-id: as the original
message, which might be causing you trouble.
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