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Looking for Article on setting "postmaster@[IP Address]" in Exchange 2000

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Our email server, exchange 2000,  was accidently put as an open relay and has since been fix.   Although I have sucessfully removed our IP from most lists,  I can not figure out how to remove it dsbl.org.   To be more exact,  It dsbl.org requires you to have set up the email address postmaster@[ip Address]   and I am not sure how to do this.  (I am still fairly new to exchange server). It was something about being RF Compliant   Just looking for a white paper or something on how to set this up.

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Dianne
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Sorry for the delay,  I forgot to come back afterwards to give you points.   The article was exactly what I was looking for.  THANKS!
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