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Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by jmz82, Jan 3, 2006.

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  1. jmz82

    jmz82 Thread Starter

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    In exchange 2003 you can restrict who a users receives from but you cannot restrict who they can send to anywhere i see. There are users that i want to restrict who they can send e-mails to, how can i acheive this? I could set up so they can receive from anybody but i can't stop them from sending to anyone they want, surely there has to be some way to do this
     
  2. winterfrost

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    I'm believe you can do what you're trying to do using an SMTP Connector (found under Routing Groups in ESM).
     
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    This looks like it might be for all users if you make all mail go through this connector. i just need it to be for specific users.
     
  4. winterfrost

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    You should be able to create multiple SMTP Connectors with different restrictions for each one.

    On the "Delivery Restrictions" tab, you can enable certain users/groups to send and receive email. On the address space tab, you can configure which domains a particular SMTP connector will be used for.

    For example, you want to allow your Executive group to send to anyone, and your Sales group to only send to addresses @supplierco.com. You can create an SMTP connector ("Restricted Internet Email") which is allowed to send to all domains (*), then on the Delivery Restriction tab set it to Accept messages from the Executive group, and Deny the Sales group. You can then set up another set up an SMTP Connector ("supplierco.com email") which is allowed to send to SMTP addresses "@supplierco.com" (Address Space tab), and will accept messages from everyone. You may have to play with the "cost" to make sure the connectors are processed in the correct order.

    This article may be helpful: http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/MF009.html
     
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