I am wondering if anyone knows how to disable "Mail Delivery Failure" notifications on Exchange 2003.
I have recently taken over a new network environment and have a unique scenerio that I am hoping someone else can identify with.
We have a subscription reminder service that we offer to customers who opt in to the particular program. Because of the mass emails we are often blacklisted as "Spam/Bulkmailer". I am constantly monitoring these lists to remove us as we pop up. I am looking into correct ways to fix DNS/SPF records, but that is for another discussion.
What I am hoping to do is when users on my network send a message that is undeliverable. I don't want them to receive the undeliverable message at all. I would rather the user just assume that it got through and have the undeliverable message go to a central administration mailbox where I can teach one of my admins to troubleshoot on the users behalf.
As I understand The Default SMTP server option is just to deliver a copy to a central mailbox, but it doesn't keep it from coming to the sender.