Exchange 2003 SMTP Connector Send Restriction

Juz a quick check on the Exchange 2003 SMTP connector. If we forward all the messages to the smarthost instead of the DNS, will the SMTP restriction like Reject message from still can be applied.

Coz i have tested out this to try to restrict certain user to send internet email. But the user is still able to send out the email. I believe it the restriction wont apply in this case. Pls correct me if i'm wrong.
nicchanAsked:
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SembeeCommented:
You have to ensure that the connectors are used in the right order.
If you have two connectors, both with a cost of 1 for * then the email will go out through the other connector.

There is also a registry change that you may have to make to get Exchange to check the restrictions. See my web page on the process here:
http://www.amset.info/exchange/restrict-internetmail.asp

Simon.
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