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Can we prevent 2 exchange users from sending email to each other?

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We have a customer running a single Exchange 2003 SP2 server.  They have 2 employees that spend a large portion of their day sending emails to each other instead of being productive.  We were asked if there was a way to prevent them from emailing each other.  Everybody is running Outlook 2003 under Windows XP Pro on a Windows 2003 domain.

Can this be done?
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easy-go into each user in AD go to-.properties-exchange general-delivery restrictions tab and set it up
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That looks like what I need.  I'll try it and post back.
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