Outlook 2000 Email problem to specific internal email address

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Will Dodge

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When trying to email to a specific internal email account, my email leaves my system and
does not arrive at the destination account. The destination account also happens to be the "administrator" and the email does get to the administrator email account. Any ideas?
 

Anne Troy

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Will: No offense, but your post sounds like you're saying you're sending it from one account to another, but it's not being received at the other account, which is the administrator---but the administrator receives it?

Could you please re-state your question?


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Will Dodge

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The person that I am sending my emial to happens to be our email system administrator. He receives the email in the administrator account but not his personal account that I am sending to. I hope this makes my problem more clear. Thanks for the help! <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Dreamboat:
Will: No offense, but your post sounds like you're saying you're sending it from one account to another, but it's not being received at the other account, which is the administrator---but the administrator receives it?

Could you please re-state your question?


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