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Block Outbound mail for specific domains

Is there a way to block a few internal recipients to send outbound e-mails to only a certain domains?  What I am trying to accomplish is to allow user A to send outside e-mails to domainA.com and domainB.com. ONLY.   I know I can setup a SMTP connector, but is there a more efficient method of doing that in Exchange 2003?
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SembeeCommented:
SMTP Connector is the only way that you can block emails to specific domains. What do you think is wrong with the SMTP Connector method that makes you think it is not efficient?

Simon.
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abariaAuthor Commented:
Thanks, I am tyring to block 2 users from sending e-mail messages out on the internet, except 2 domains.  I was trying to avoid a smtp connector just for 2 users.
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SembeeCommented:
I don't see what your argument against using SMTP Connectors is?
They don't use any resources and that is what they are designed for. I wouldn't have any hesitation in using an SMTP Connector for one domain.

You should have an SMTP Connector in place any way for outbound external email. That will be used to block access. Then the two domains those users should be able to email are on a second connector with a lower cost.

Simon.
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abariaAuthor Commented:
Thanks, I went ahead and set it up and it's working great.
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