We are installing and configuring a new Exchange 2003 server on the Server 2003 platform. My goal is to be able to enable sending and receiving of internet email based on Security group memebership. I have been pulling information from this article to help me do so:
The recipient policy was successfully enacted and testing regarding the receipt of internet based email. However....
Upon creating an SMTP connector to try to restrict the sending of internet email, I find that the Delivery Restrictions tab will not pull Security Groups into its lookup for adding exceptions to it. My available objects are "Users" and "Other Objects," and the Check Name will not bring up any group names. The Advanced Find will similarly only bring users into the result.
I don't want to have to add users individually to this connector to enable their internet mail. A distinguished Name for the group was required to get the recipient policy to work for receiving mail, however that policy applied a filter. Delivery restrictions simply gives me the option to add objects to the rule and will not bring security groups into its self-limited selection of objects. Big points for the urgency of this issue. Help us out!