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I'm trying to set up an exchange (2000) server (with one domain name pointing at it). I have a number of users setup and they can get mail fine.
What I need to do now is get any other email address in that domain delivered to one of the users.

I can get a copy of any NDRs that are sent out copied to a user - but we don't want want any NDRs going out - just all other mail delivered to one person.
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Okay i think i understand you correctly. You have it where all NDR's are sent to one mailbox, (messages tab on the properties of the defualt SMTP virtual server) - but now you want to make it where NO NDR's are sent to the outside world? Okay

1. Open Exchange System manager
2. Expand Global Settings
3. Highlight Internet Message Formats
4. In the right hand pane, Highlight "Default" and go to the properties
5. Click on the Advanced tab - here you will see the ability to allow or deny:
Out of office responses
Automatic replies
Automatic forwards
Delivery reports
Non delivery reports
and preserve sender's display name on message


Is this what you needed?

Hope this helps!
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by:mjnsharpe
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Kevala,

Thanks for the answer - That solves half of the problem
(Stopping the NDRs).

Now how do I get anything that would have generated an NDR to be forwarded (as a proper message - not a copy of the NDR) to one of the users.

Thanks,
Mat
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