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Exchange Server 2003 - Bad mail notification

Posted on 2004-09-29
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In the older versions of MS Exchange, I was able to set the server to forward bad mail to the Systems Administrator, where then we would forward them to the appropriate recipient (if any). After upgrading to Exchange Server 2003, I lost those settings and have not been able to configure it to do so again. This would be very useful in my organization, does anybody know how to set it up (or if you can)?
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I believe you need to look under the SMTP properties for this.  Try these steps...

- Open Exchange System Manager
- Drill down to Servers > ServerName > Protocols > SMTP > Default SMTP Virtual Server
- Right-click on Default SMTP Virtual Server and choose Properties
- Select the Messages tab
- Enter your email address in the box for 'Send copy of Non-Delivery Report To:'
- Click OK and close out

That should do it!

Chumplet
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Thank you very much!
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