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Hi, I Need to know how you can use Exchange 2000 for local (intranet) mail only. As you may see, I'm fairly new to this so any advice will be appreciated. Thanks.
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Where is your problem, if you do not want to allow, that clients send mail to the internet, configure a smarthost which do not exist within your virtual smtp server. If y user tries to send a mail to the internet, the mail is rejected.

Your clients must be configured to use exchange for sending emails.
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