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Example of a correctly formatted email address but still wrong: [email protected][VALID format but does not exist] Above case specifically happens when you take important customer email on phone and you type in the wrong email.So is there a QUICK solution to really check the email without sending a test message to the user? 1) the 550 response indicates that the email address is not valid and you have caught a valid but wrong email address.Not all servers respond with a "does not exist" error for missing accounts, so this is not completely reliable.If the server is an proxy (and/or external secondary server) for a number of other servers it might not know which accounts are valid on the next hop so will give "250 OK" for anything, and some servers are set this way in to stop spammers trying to enumerate valid accounts.If you are trying to access EAC for the first time and your mailbox is on Exchange 2010, you need to use the URL in the format: https://Exchange2013Server Name/ecp?Exch Client Ver=15 This is because in a co-existence scenario, your mailbox is still housed on the Exchange 2010 mailbox server, the browser will default to the Exchange Server 2010 ECP.My mobile-phone and OWA works like intended, and it's just my outlook clients acting up.Update: If you are planning to employ a third party product for migration – look no further.
I got the message that my box was migrated and that I needed to restart outlook; and so I did!
I've setup a co-exist environment with Exchange 2010 and Exchange 2016.
2) If email was present the server will respond with a 250 instead of 550 3) There are certain servers with a CATCH ALL email and this means all email address are accepted as valid on their servers (RARE but some servers do have this setting).
4) Please do not use this method to continuously to check for availability of gmail / yahoo / msn accounts etc as this may cause your IP to be added to a blacklist.