Microsoft KB Archive/249133
Article ID: 249133
Article Last Modified on 10/28/2006
- Microsoft Exchange Server 5.0 Standard Edition
- Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5 Standard Edition
This article was previously published under Q249133
When Microsoft Exchange Server is used as a backbone between two Lotus cc:Mail post offices, all of the messages that are sent from cc:Mail users that are addressed to cc:Mail users on a different post office are rejected by the Microsoft Exchange Connector for Lotus cc:Mail. A non-delivery report (NDR) that is similar to the following is sent to the originator of the message:
From: ~BEL01 at CCMAIL
Sent: Wednesday, December 22, 1999 11:31 AM
To: User, Test
Subject: Undeliverable: test from bel02
Your message was not delivered to all recipients.
Subject: test from bel02
Sent: 12/22/99 9:02:00 AM
The following email address(es) were unknown:
This problem may occur if the Connector for cc:Mail cannot process the message because the recipient address is incomplete in the TO field. To determine if the recipient address is incomplete, use one of the following methods:
- In the text of the NDR, look for a description that is similar to the following:
The following email address(es) were unknown: at PO_NAME
- If cc:Mail message archiving is enabled, a copy of the original message from cc:Mail is saved in the Exchsrvr\Ccmcdata\Export.bak folder. Open the CCM file and examine the message header. If the TO field is missing the user name portion of the e-mail address, the recipient address is incomplete.For additional information about how to enable cc:Mail message archiving, click the article number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
192516 XFOR: T-shooting cc:Mail Connector Mail Conversion Problems
This problem is caused by the cc:Mail version 8.3 Export.exe file.
Use an earlier version of the Export.exe file. Lotus recommends that you use the cc:Mail version 8.01 Export.exe file.
Lotus is aware of this problem and has documented it in technical document number 167695 located at the following Web site:
Refer to Lotus support for additional information about the status of this problem.
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