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    jgomez@nyrealbox.com NNTP User

    user cn not receive mail from internet

    hi
    i hava groupwise 6 sp3 and exchange 2003. i am usings api gateway.
    when someone send a email fron internet (for example gallet@hotmail.com) to
    user on exchange (for example jgomez@avianca.com and oruiz@avianca.com),
    only one user recieved this mail.
    if i see email on user that recieve mail i can see
    user cc: cruiz@hotmail.com.

    can anybadoy help me!!
    Thanks
    juan


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    Tim Heywood (NSC SYSOP) NNTP User

    Re: user cn not receive mail from internet

    How does the email enter the system? If via the Exchange system, you
    need to ensure that the external user object has the Internet address
    associated with it (oh, and cross your fingers). If via the GWIA,
    then you have two choices, first, to ensure the Exchange user's email
    is correct (and this would be the case unless altered and therefore
    you wouldn't be asking this question) and second to alter the external
    user so that the mail is sent back out of the GWIA and to the Exchange
    system.

    Have a look at the BS presentations on Exchange and GW at
    www.nds8.co.uk/brainshare



    On Thu, 17 Nov 2005 21:34:15 GMT, jgomez@nyrealbox.com wrote:

    >hi
    >i hava groupwise 6 sp3 and exchange 2003. i am usings api gateway.
    >when someone send a email fron internet (for example gallet@hotmail.com) to
    >user on exchange (for example jgomez@avianca.com and oruiz@avianca.com),
    >only one user recieved this mail.
    >if i see email on user that recieve mail i can see
    >user cc: cruiz@hotmail.com.
    >
    >can anybadoy help me!!
    >Thanks
    >juan


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