Forwards returned as Undeliverable

Discussion in 'Using Outlook' started by cherryberry1727, Aug 10, 2009.

  1. cherryberry1727

    cherryberry1727

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    I keep getting the response of "550 5.7.1 n7ANQokB022807 This message does

    not comply with required standards" when I attempt to forward emails, or send

    an email to more than one person at a time. It returns to my inbox from the

    System Administrator. I am not sure why it keeps doing this. I am using

    Microsoft Office-Outlook 2007 in order to send emails. I was not having this

    problem when using Windows Mail, but since I switched to Outlook it started

    happening. Any suggestions?
  2. N. Miller

    N. Miller

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    On Mon, 10 Aug 2009 17:45:01 -0700, cherryberry1727 wrote:


    > I keep getting the response of "550 5.7.1 n7ANQokB022807 This message does
    > not comply with required standards" when I attempt to forward emails, or send
    > an email to more than one person at a time. It returns to my inbox from the
    > System Administrator. I am not sure why it keeps doing this. I am using
    > Microsoft Office-Outlook 2007 in order to send emails. I was not having this
    > problem when using Windows Mail, but since I switched to Outlook it started
    > happening. Any suggestions?


    Any clue about who your email service provider is?

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  3. Brian Tillman

    Brian Tillman

    Senior Member
    "cherryberry1727" <cherryberry1727@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message

    news:EF252C8B-8A53-4169-B2F8-000A9246B68B@microsoft.com...


    > I keep getting the response of "550 5.7.1 n7ANQokB022807 This message does
    > not comply with required standards" when I attempt to forward emails, or
    > send
    > an email to more than one person at a time. It returns to my inbox from the
    > System Administrator. I am not sure why it keeps doing this. I am using
    > Microsoft Office-Outlook 2007 in order to send emails. I was not having this
    > problem when using Windows Mail, but since I switched to Outlook it started
    > happening. Any suggestions?


    Since this is a server side error, it's best to speak to your mail provider's

    support staff.

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  4. Pressto

    Pressto

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    On Aug 11, 10:05 am, "Brian Tillman [MVP - Outlook]"

    <tillman1...@yahoo.com> wrote:
    > "cherryberry1727" <cherryberry1...@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message

    > news:EF252C8B-8A53-4169-B2F8-000A9246B68B@microsoft.com...
    >
    > >I keep getting the response of "550 5.7.1 n7ANQokB022807 This message does
    > > not comply with required standards" when I attempt to forward emails, or
    > > send
    > > an email to more than one person at a time. It returns to my inbox fromthe
    > > System Administrator. I am not sure why it keeps doing this. I am using
    > > Microsoft Office-Outlook 2007 in order to send emails. I was not havingthis
    > > problem when using Windows Mail, but since I switched to Outlook it started
    > > happening. Any suggestions?


    > Since this is a server side error, it's best to speak to your mail provider's
    > support staff.
    > --
    > Brian Tillman [MVP-Outlook]


    No this is NOT a server side error because the e-mail never leaves

    Outlook. I am also getting these errors and the message goes directly

    from the outbox to the in box and never reaches the server.

    This only happens when I try to forward an email sent to me and I have

    tried all the other supposed solutions posted on the web with no luck.

    Seeing as how many people have posted about this error I hope the

    Outlook people look into it. My guess it is something to do with

    outlook and AV installed and I have Trend Micro.
  5. Brian Tillman

    Brian Tillman

    Senior Member
    "Pressto" <presstochango@hotmail.com> wrote in message

    news:995795b5-b335-49d2-8a42-c4e56aba2da8@d9g2000prh.googlegroups.com...


    > No this is NOT a server side error


    False. The 550 error most assuredly comes form the outgoing server.

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  6. Brian Tillman

    Brian Tillman

    Senior Member
    "Pressto" <presstochango@hotmail.com> wrote in message

    news:995795b5-b335-49d2-8a42-c4e56aba2da8@d9g2000prh.googlegroups.com...


    > My guess it is something to do with outlook and AV installed and I have
    > Trend Micro.


    If you believe this is true, then uninstall Trend and reinstall it without any

    mail scanning feature. Make sure your firewall doesn't block outgoing

    messages. (but that's definitely not the case here, given the _server-side_

    550 error.

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