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No such thing as primary and secondary domain controllers. All domain controllers are equal. Exchange should find the domain controller automatically. Ensure the DNS within the OS is configured correctly and that the second domain controller is also a global catalog. If the original DC has gone away (so cannot be recovered) then you will need to seize ...


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Another way to think it would be to create dynamic distribution group if you don't want to change your groups. Dynamic distribution groups are mail-enabled Active Directory group objects that are created to expedite the mass sending of email messages and other information within a Microsoft Exchange organization. Unlike regular distribution ...


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You can send messages that have "Voting Buttons" attached and when you click them a reply is generated based on what you have selected. New Mail > OPTIONS (tab) > Use Voting Buttons. This sounds to me like the user has clicked a voting button from an external mail and it has sent the reply to the originator.


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The behaviour you are seeing is what I would expect. You have gone cross forest, so everyone has a new mailbox in a new domain. Hitting reply to old emails will give you invalid address. If you hit reply, then delete the recipient from the To line and find them fresh from the GAL, then it will work. This article from the SBS team explains the problem as ...



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