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In Exchange 2003, can disabled mail enabled Active Directory user accounts receive mail

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In Exchange 2003, can disabled mail enabled Active Directory user accounts receive mail?  
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The following KB has the answer to your question

You receive a non-delivery report when you send a message to a disabled account
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/319047/en-us
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