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Every server has a maximum count for 'hops ' of an mail. (hop count = count through how manyservers a mail was send). Usually that maximum is not reached. But when it 'sreached the server either bounces that mail or does not accept it. So your ExchangeServer does not accept it because it already passed too much SMTP servers.Currently there are only two options you have:
1.increase the hop count in your Exchange Server
2.remove that mail manually from the POP3 server
There is not official way to move an existing POP3/IMAP account to another existing SMTP.
We suggest to clone/duplicate the entire account, change the SMTP senders address as desired and disable the original SMTP account.
Descriptions to these error messages can be found in the manual of SmartPOP2Exchange:
"SocketError # 11001" is a permanent error. You should adjust the server address you entered. The other errors may occur time by time depending on the server you try to connect are not available or busy.