> It is not DNS because I see the rejection in the IMAIL logs.  The rejection
> is a 550 invalid user not a domain not found.

Something  has  to  be  happening  outside IMail's purview. Restarting
IMail services shouldn't even be necessary, as there is no local cache
and your SQL box should see the query getting issued every time.

This  apparent trickle-out/propagation -- I see where Travis is coming
from  --  just  isn't  a  SQL  thing.  Unless,  of  course,  you  have
log-shipping  or  some  other  kind  of  SQL  latency built-in to your
database  architecture.  Have  you done an interactive SQL lookup from
the  IMail box at precisely a point at which IMail appears to not find
the user in SQL?


Sanford Whiteman, Chief Technologist
Broadleaf Systems, a division of
Cypress Integrated Systems, Inc.

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