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jstadter

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I see this message in our warning log on a consistant basis.

Address <something<_a.t_>somewhere.com> expanded to zero recipients

Names changed to protect the innocent.

What does it mean and how do you correct it?

Thanks.
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sedell

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That means that the mailserver got a message from a trusted source for something<_a.t_>somewhere.com, but there's no mailbox or alias with that address. Reasons I can think of off the top of my head for this:

Using an incorrect from or reply to address. Send a message to a coworker with the out of office reply on, the system generates the auto-response, but the destination address is no good.

Removing a mailbox, but forgetting to remove an alias or forwarding from another account that points to it. The server accepts mail for the alias or original account because that address is still good, but when it tries to expand the alias and get the final mailbox, or forward to the final mailbox it doesn't exist.

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