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Limit EMail user from sending outgoing mail messages (outside the Exchange org.)

Posted on 2006-11-07
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I have a user who appears to be abusing the email to write a friend outside the org.  The manager has asked me if I could limit this user send mail only to recipients within the organization.  This is on Exchange 2003, and Oulook 20003.
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In order to restrict users from sending Internet based mail, you will need to create an SMTP connector, you cannot place this restriction on the SMTP Virtual Server.

1.       Create a Mail-Enabled Group and give it a meaningful name, I am going to call ours “No Internet Mail”, make sure you Mail-Enable this group.

2.       Add the users who will not have the ability to send Internet based mail into this group.
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I did find this set of instuctions, I dont think I'll use them, it is quite a bit for one person.  Thanks for the help though.
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