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Blocking Outgoing Emails

We're using Exchange 2003.  We want to block all outgoing email from reaching three email addresses.  The three addresses would be:

a@thedomain.com
b@thedomain.com
c@thedomain.com

We want all other email sent to thedomain.com to proceed as normal.  Any way to do this?
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fishrich
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fishrich
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SembeeCommented:
Create a contact for these email addresses. (ADUC on the Exchange server, New Contact). After creating, hide them from the GAL by right clicking on them and choose Properties then "Exchange Advanced".
Then on "Exchange General" use the restrictions to block who can send to those addresses.

Simon.
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Dejan ForoCommented:
In Exchange System Manager
Under global settings, message delivery, properties configure recipient filtering by listing users, a,b,c

Then again in Exchange System Manager, go to your SMTP server where you want this filtering applied, select virutal server, properties, General, Advanced, edit, apply recipient filter. .

Regards,

Dejan Foro
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