lunes, 30 de abril de 2012 23:59
I'm trying to following this article (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb400930(EXCHG.80).aspx) on how to set the postmaster mailbox to receive NDRs from both internal and external emails. I was able to set for internal using "Set-OrganizationConfig -MicrosoftExchangeRecipientReplyRecipient "Postmaster" . When I try to run this command "Set_TransportServer server -ExternalPostmasterAddress firstname.lastname@example.org" I would get this error: "A positional parameter cannot be found that accepts argument '-ExternalPostmasterAddress'. Can someone please help?
When I run the "Get-TransportConfig" command, I can see email@example.com listed next to ExternalPostmasterAddress. But when I running the "Get-TransportServer | FL Name,ExternalPostmaster" command, the only thing that got listed is "Name : Servername." I believe this is the problem since the postmaster address should be listed there as well.
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martes, 01 de mayo de 2012 4:28
The technet article you are refering to, was written for Exchange 2007.
In Exchange 2010, configuration of the external postmaster address is controlled by the ExternalPostmasterAddress parameter in the Set-TransportConfig cmdlet. In Exchange Server 2007, you configure this parameter using the Set-TransportServer cmdlet on every computer running Exchange 2007 that has the Hub Transport server role or Edge Transport server role installed.
Configure the External Postmaster Address
martes, 01 de mayo de 2012 17:11Hi Martina - Thank you for you response. I've tried both using the powershell and the EMC in this article http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb430765.aspx but it's still isn't working. I currently have firstname.lastname@example.org in the Transport Settings. Do you have any other suggestions?
martes, 01 de mayo de 2012 17:18Not sure that I understand the problem you have now.
You wrote in your first post here "When I run the "Get-TransportConfig" command, I can see email@example.com listed next to ExternalPostmasterAddress"
....and that means that you already have the postmaster address configured.
martes, 01 de mayo de 2012 18:01Yes I do have the postmaster address configured but when I send a test message to a user that doesn't exist using my Gmail, the postmaster doesn't get a copy of the NDR.
martes, 01 de mayo de 2012 18:08What DSN Codes have you configured to monitor?
martes, 01 de mayo de 2012 18:16Moderador
Yes I do have the postmaster address configured but when I send a test message to a user that doesn't exist using my Gmail, the postmaster doesn't get a copy of the NDR.
If you are using recipient filtering, Exchange never generates a NDR because it was never accepted. THat is generated by senders mail server when your SMTP gateways reject the connection.
- Marcado como respuesta Rednyle martes, 01 de mayo de 2012 18:55
martes, 01 de mayo de 2012 18:55
These are the DSN codes that I currently have: 5.7.3, 5.7.1, 5.5.6, 5.5.4, 5.5.3, 5.5.2, 5.4.8, 5.4.6, 5.4.4, 5.2.4, 5.2.3, 5.2.0, 5.1.4, 5.1.1, 5.0.0, 4.4.7
A_D - i turned of recipient filtering and was able to get NDR. Everything is working now. Thank you so much for your help!