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We have about 200 Exchange accounts that are allowed to send / receive to and from anyone on the Internet (Exchange 2003 Server with Outlook on clients)

There is one account in particular and we only want them to be able to send mail internallly.  The people that use these will be running Outlook Express.

How can we set the latter portion up?
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Hi Praveen here . Its easy to do this . Let me explain how . You have to restrict this user account on the SMTP connector in Exchange 2003 . To do this open Exchange System Manager Click on your Organization Name . Expand Administrative Groups.
Expand Routing Groups.Expand Connectors .Now right click on your SMTP connector and select Properties.Select Delivery Restrictions. In the Reject Messages from box .Click on the Add button and add the user account you want to restrict.

Try sending a test mail externally now. This should work.

Best Regards,
Praveen
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thanks praveen, will try this tonight and get back to you
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This worked ONLY when I used Outlook with Exchange feature or OWA.  I could send to people internally but not externally which is what I want.

However, if I use Outlook Express with POP3/SMTP I can still send internally and externally.  Is there something else I need to configure on the SMTP connector?
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Praveen,

I used your logic and changed where I applied it... I just went under PROTOCOLS -> SMTP and did the same thing you suggested and it worked.  Thanks for the help
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