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Shutting down a domain on Exhcnage 2000 - can I autorespond to all email sent to that domain

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I've closing out one of the domains on my exchange server.  Is there a way I can make exchange respond to all emails in to that domain with a message that the domain is gone and have a custom message?

Look for a low to not cost option.

I'm also moving the server to 2003 if that wil make things easier.

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Hi,

If you have another Exchange domain running you could create a catch all mailbox and setup an out of office message for the mailbox or a server side rule to reply with a specific message. You'll need to setup a server to host the domain and mx records appropriately, etc .

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/324021/

http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=291956
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