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Exchange Server 2003 Sending / Delivery Restrictions

Posted on 2008-06-11
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I have a server 2003 network with exchange server 2003. I have been asked by my principal if it is at all possible to make a change to the configuration of exchange to prevent users from sending and receiving internal email and to only be able to send and receive email externally (Eg. to username@aol.com and prevent username@mydomain.com)

Can anyone please help me urgently???
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