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add or modify the text of non delivered message (NDR)

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i have exchange server 2003 sp2
I need to add or modify the text of non delivered message (NDR), I have stablished recipients limit to send for some mailboxes.
when the mailboxes with the recipients limit send a message that exceeds this limit  a non delivered message (NDR) arrive, that could not be delivered, how i can add a text at the beginning of this  non delivered message (NDR) or change all text of non delivered message (NDR), either of these solutions put me out of trouble
can i custom this non delivered message (NDR)

thanks for your help
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Hi,

I don't believe there is a way to modify the default NDR messages for Exchange 2000/2003. The NDR's are defined in the RFC's and therefore since Exchange is RFC compliant I don't believe MS gave you an option to change these. I believe this can now be done in Exchange 2007 though.

Custom NDR Messages - At Long Last
http://www.msexchange.me.uk/customndrmessages.htm

You can cusomise the NDR messages for Exchane 2003 IMF which might be what you have seen.
http://mostlyexchange.blogspot.com/2006/12/exchange-2003-sp2-imf-tuning.html

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by:williamvelasquez
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thanks
i read the links, but really i do not untestand what i get to do.
i need create a custom ndr for mail code 5.5.3
step by step what i get to do?
i think  this.
1. create a new rule in hub transport  from -to,,,, but where i create the message for ndr for message 5.5.3 code???

thanks for your help
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by:williamvelasquez
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hi
can i create a hub trasport rule append disclaimer text for a NDR message?
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Please confirm what version of Exchange you are using? If you are using Exchange 2003 you can't do it unless you want to have custom NDR messages for your IMF rules.
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by:williamvelasquez
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i am in mixed mode migration to exchange 2007
i have 2 exchange 2003 and one exchange 2007
if i can not do this en exchange 2003 i goint to try to do this in exchange 2007 server

thanks for your help
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Ok. In Exchange 2007 the basic idea is that you create a new transport rule and associate it with the DSN (Delivery Service Notification) error number.

Associating a DSN Message with a Transport Rule
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb123506.aspx

How to use Transport Rules in Exchange Server 2007
http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/Transport-Rules-Exchange-Server-2007.html
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thanks for your help
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