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Domain names and Exchange 2003

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please can someone tell where the list of domain names are kept in Exchange.

I have configured our mailfilter to relay mail to our exchange server but it is getting rejected.

is the a list of the domain names you accept mail for in exchange 2003 and where is it held?

thanks
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By default mails from all doamins are accepted from exchaneg.Till the time you manually specified domain from Exchange System Manager ....Global Settings.....Message Delivery....Sender Filtering.
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thank you - got me thinking and i have now fixed it.
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