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Disable Exchange NDRs at account level

Can the Non-delivery Reports be disabled at the account level?  I have a solution that automatically forward emails to & fro 80+ email boxs to a tracking emailbox.  If the tracking email box is full, al those 80+ emailboxs are spammed to death by NDRs.

The ideal solution seems to disable the NDRs for that tracking emailbox.  It is not an option to turn off NDRs at the server level.

Any advice?  Thanks,
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Dave_ANDCommented:
no, they cant, maybe you can set a content filtering rule to stop it tho
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ZanemwestCommented:
then remove the mailbox size limit from the mailbox in question. you cant stop ndr's per mailbox
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mn10191bAuthor Commented:
If the mailbox size limit is removed, is there a way to inform the mailbox owner when it reachs a certain limit.  Thanks,
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mn10191bAuthor Commented:
I wonder how to automatically notify the mailbox owners when the size reach a certain level.
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ZanemwestCommented:
within the mailbox there is a component that sets what to do at certain sizes so instead of stopping sending and recieving just use the notify option, this is easy built in functionality all in the properties of the mailbox
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mn10191bAuthor Commented:
This notify option is only available to exchange management interface;  Outlook user can not configure it.  Right?
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ZanemwestCommented:
actually in exchange 2003 this is available in active directory users and computers on an exchange server in the exchange features of the AD account.
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mn10191bAuthor Commented:
I did not have direct access to exchange server management tool.  I am in AD.  How can I configure the notify feature?
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ZanemwestCommented:
you need the exchange management tools installed on that server or workstation with AD users and computers instlled.
once you do this you now have exchange tabs including limits, you can set values for the different components and then just check the box for notify when reaching X size limit
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