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Disable NDRs

Posted on 2004-03-30
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I have so many ......... queues

how can I disable NDRs  i would like to do this just for some time... Doing some tests



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if exchange 2000/2003 goto
Exchange System manager->Internet Message Format->right side (usually Default *)
Right click->properties->Advanced->Allow NDR Checkbox, just make sure its not clicked and you wont send NDR's anymore

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By the way I would like to BUY   my exchange 2000 client licences...

How much does it cost... per user..

How do you enter the licenses

thank in advance

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