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Prevent some of our users from sending and receiving emails to and from external recipients in Exchange 2000.

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Hi Experts,

We are using Exchange 2000 (less than 100 users network). I have a requirement to prevent some of our users from sending and receiving emails to and from external recipients (other than our own domain). But they could communicate within the domain (our own domain). Thanks in advance for any help.
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by:mikeleebrla
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the inbound is easy:

from active directory users and computers (the machine must also have exchange management tools) go to the users property page, then the exchange general tab, then press delivery restrictions, then click accept messages on from:"

as far as who they are allowed to send email to,, ill have to look into that.  

hope this helps
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by:nsraju
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The following URL solved my problem.
http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/MF009.html
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