The MTA is unable to route a report for message message id to recipient recipient. MTA object at fault: object name. Check the routing table for a possible incorrect routing configuration. [valuevaluevaluevalue] (12)

Details
Product: Exchange
Event ID: 141
Source: MSExchangeMTA
Version: 6.5.0000.0
Message: The MTA is unable to route a report for message message id to recipient recipient. MTA object at fault: object name. Check the routing table for a possible incorrect routing configuration. [valuevaluevaluevalue] (12)
   
Explanation
The routing table may have to be rebuilt. The routing table contains all the information that the message transfer agent (MTA) needs to determine how to route messages.

One possible cause of this problem is the re-installation of Windows without re-installing Exchange.

   
User Action
This user action assumes that the Site Replication Service is installed.

In the Administrator window of the Exchange 5.5 server, on the General property page of the X.400 object, choose Recalculate Routing.

On the Exchange 2000 server, stop and restart the routing engine.

If this error was a result of re-installing Windows, then you may have to re-install Exchange server. Run \support\utils\i386\smtpreinstall.exe from the Exchange CD.

Make sure that the latest Exchange server service pack is installed.

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The MTA is unable to route a report for message to recipient . MTA object at fault: . Check the routing table for a possible incorrect routing configuration. [ ] (12)

Details
Product: Exchange
Event ID: 141
Source: MSExchangeMTA
Version: 6.5.6940.0
Component: Microsoft Exchange Message Transfer Agent
Message: The MTA is unable to route a report for message <message id> to recipient <recipient>. MTA object at fault: <object name>. Check the routing table for a possible incorrect routing configuration. [<value> <value> <value> <value>] (12)
   
Explanation

The routing table may have to be rebuilt. The routing table contains all the information that the message transfer agent (MTA) needs to determine how to route messages. A possible cause of this event is the re-installation of Windows without re-installing Exchange.

   
User Action

This user action assumes that the Site Replication Service is installed.

In the Administrator window of the Exchange 5.5 server, on the General property page of the X.400 object, choose Recalculate Routing. On the Exchange 2000 server, stop and restart the routing engine.

If this event was a result of re-installing Windows, then you may have to re-install Exchange server. Run \support\utils\i386\smtpreinstall.exe from the Exchange CD.

Make sure that the latest Exchange server service pack is installed.

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