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route all mail to one inbox from one ip

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With a SMTP virtual server on Exchange 2003, is there a way to route all mail that arrives at that server FROM a specific  IP address to a SINGLE mailbox, regardless of the destination?  So abc@mydomain.com and xyz@mydomain.com would all route to the same mailbox ONLY if it arrived from a specific ip address.   This would need to coexist with our regular connector for the rest of our domain.  
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No.

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not the answer I wanted - but that confirms what I went through.

Thanks Simon.
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Exchange doesn't care where the email comes from, there is no mechanism within Exchange to route email based on its originator.

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