Updating destination list delivery server has failed
Glass Fish Server supports JMS messaging by communicating with a JMS provider through a Java EE Connector resource adapter.
By default, Glass Fish Server provides JMS messaging through its built-in jmsra resource adapter communicating with Glass Fish Server Message Queue, which is included with Glass Fish Server.
In Exchange 2016, queues hold messages before, during and after delivery.
Mailbox servers and Edge Transport servers are called throughout this topic.
The last section in this chapter, Using the Generic Resource Adapter for JMS to Integrate Supported External JMS Providers, describes the Generic JMSRA and provides instructions for using it to make other supported JMS providers available to Glass Fish Server.
The following topics are addressed here: The JMS service configuration is part of the overall configuration for a Glass Fish standalone instance or cluster.
Update the domain controller or configure Certificate Services to use SSL for Active Directory access.
The Filter Manager had an internal error from which it cannot recover; therefore, the operation has been failed.
The system event log contains additional information. The contacted domain controller cannot support signed Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) traffic.The component attempted to make a cross-context call between invocations of Enter Transaction Scope and Exit Transaction Scope. Cross-context calls cannot be made while inside a transaction scope.An attempt was made by this server to make a Kerberos-constrained delegation request for a target outside the server's realm.A problem with the records can affect mail delivery to your domain.A common MX record error that can affect the delivery of your email is the entry in the Name, Host, or Alias column.