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Allow only a select few to send emails.....how?

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At work, currently, we use a dial-up Internet connection. I want to be able to allow everyone in the ofice to receive email from that dial-up connection, but allow only 2 people to send messages. Is it possible to do this by using Microsoft Exchange Server on the computer that dials into the ISP? Also since I have never used Exchange Server, I would appreciate if you could simplify the answer for me as much as possible.

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IF you are using Exchange server 5.5-
IF the mail is sent through the Internet Mail Connector on the Exchange server.....here is how you would do that....

1. Open the Exchange administrator program
2. Go to the connections container
3. Highlight the Internet Mail Service and go to the properties
4. Click on the Delivery restrictions tab
5. Under "Accept messages from" - enter the TWO users that you want to be able to send internet mail through the Exchange server
6. To reject messages from only certain users, use the other side of the page and enter in the users to "Reject messages from" - this will prevent them from sending out to the internet.

Hope this helps!
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