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Posted on 2008-10-08
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Hi,

We have a Distribution Group in our Exchange called everybody. This address should be only accessable internally. I do not want anyone with an external address to be able to email it.

Current settings show that it is:
Group Scope:
Domain Local

Group Type:
Distributon.

I reciently tried and I am able to email this account from my external webmail account. I need to prevent this, Can you help or offer suggestions?
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Question by:driznek
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dfxdeimos earned 500 total points
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This article should help.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/827616
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Open the properties of the distribution group, go to the message delivery options and select to recieve mail only from authenticated users.
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by:omic_admin
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emanteuf is correct. You can limit who can send emails to the account there and limit it to your domain users, or whatever you want to restrict it to.
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