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How does exchange 2003 count email recipients?

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I want to know if I restrict a user not to send an email more than 20 recipients what will happen if user sends an email to a group that has more than 20 members in it.  A group will be considered as one recipient or as it has members?
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In Exchange 2003, a group is considered individual recipients. Therefore a group of 500 will be treated as 500 recipients. This behaviour changes in Exchange 2007, where a group is counted as a single recipient.

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It will be counted as the total number of its recipients, this means if it contains 500 recipients, it will be counted as 500 recipients, if restriction is applied , it will prevent sending.
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