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Hi, we have a problem with our MS Active Directory domain for a week now and in this period of time we have some problems to receive emails from some senders and sometimes. We can receice emails but sometimes we can not.

I would like to know if the MS Active Directory domain problem has to do with these un-received emails?

The MS Active Directory domain is not on the same machine with KMS and the problem on MS Active Directory domain is that we have lost the one hard disk from the mirroring and working only with one disk, but it looks like working well.


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User Authentication does not normally have anything to do with mail delivery.

1: Is users hitting quota limits?

2: Do you look in the logs?? Errors, Mail.. Any hints?

3: Do you have info from people that got bounce messages or??? What data tells you that messages are missing??


Jakob Peterhänsel
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