Microsoft KB Archive/249195
Article ID: 249195
Article Last Modified on 5/27/2000
- Microsoft Message Queue Server 1.0
This article was previously published under Q249195
When you send an e-mail message from a computer running Microsoft Exchange Server to a Microsoft Message Queue Server (MSMQ) message queue, the MSMQ Exchange Server connector removes the e-mail message.
This problem usually occurs when you use a queue for both inbound and outbound MSMQ Exchange Server connector e-mail messages. When you use MSMQ Exchange Server connector queues, use a queue for either inbound or outbound e-mail messages only, not for both.
When an e-mail message arrives in an outbound queue, the MSMQ Exchange Server connector always attempts to send the message through Exchange Server. If the e-mail message is incorrectly formatted, the MSMQ Exchange Server connector sends a non-deliverable receipt (NDR) to the Exchange Server administrator.
Set up an inbound queue and a separate outbound queue.
This behavior is by design.
Steps to Reproduce Behavior
1. Set up a MSMQ Exchange Server connector instance to monitor an inbound queue.
2. Create a MSMQ custom recipient in Exchange Server to go to this queue.
3. Send a message to the custom recipient.
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