I have recently deployed exchange server 2013, and I am new to this. Details: My Active directory and exchange server are remote on public IP and can be accessed VIA internet I want only authenticated users from my domains to be able to send emails.
You can then restart the sending process – click the black down arrow next to the Start button and select the appropriate option (resend to unsent e-mail addresses or resend to failed e-mail addresses). You can see a list of errors and their resolutions in the Atomic Mail Sender User Manual in the About errors section. Below are the most common delivery errors and their resolutions: Errors with recipient’s e-mail550 Message was not accepted — invalid mailbox.
Each SMTP provider has their own value for delivery error codes. Local mailbox [email protected] unavailable: user not found RSET Server cannot access the recipient’s mailbox to deliver an e-mail message.
There are a few different mechanisms to do this including SPF records, and DKIM.
Gmail has sophisticated SPAM and spoof filtering enabled which is why you will likely not receive that fake email or it will end up in your spam folder.
COM, mail has been sent from outlook, but not received at gmail. It is surprising to many people when they realize that typically you can send email from any address you like.
It is up to the receiving server to determine if the email is actually from a legitimate source.
I tried creating a new receive connector for "Internet (For example, to receive internet mail)" But it gives me error that port and ip bindings must be unique. Based on that assumption here is my answer: Your Exchange server is already configured to your requirements by default.
Here is how: Exchange 2013 receives email through "Receive Connectors".
This may happen as a result of cleaning dead addresses from the server, the mailbox is corrupted, or the mailbox is on another server that is temporarily unavailable.