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Posted on 2009-05-17
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Hi all

I have some user which are disable in AD but their Mailboxes are not disable. But I don't want to disconnect/disable in Exchange  those mailboxes. Is their any way that i can stop all other user to send mails to those disable mail boxes.

( Windows 2003 & Exchange 2007 (CCR Cluster ))
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Question by:Pankaj Verma
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Sure, u can go to the properties of the user in AD, select Exchange General,
Click Delivery Restrictions and select the option Only from. select administrator here
Now when a user send a message to the disabled user, they will get a msg

You do not have permission to send to this recipient.  For assistance, contact your system administrator.
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