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Creating email for internal use only

Posted on 2007-11-14
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Hi!
Is it possible in exchange to creat an email to will only send / receive from the domain user?
It's for internal use only.  This email will only receive and send from users @mydomain.com

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You can do this by simply not giving the account an SMTP address
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The lack of SMTP address method doesn't work on Exchange 2003.
It is possible to have an account that will not receive emails from the internet: http://www.amset.info/exchange/restrict-internetmail.asp

Simon.
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If lack of smtp address doesn't work anymore, then use a fake smtp address, that definatly works, I have about  a douzen contacts and internal addresses configured just like that.
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