Controlling who sends emails to certain mail groups Exchange 2003 and Exchange 2007

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Hello Experts,

  My boss would like to have some managability of who has permissions to send mail to what mail groups. IE.  User A who is in the Accounting Group can not send email to the Staff mail group, but user b who is a member of the HR group can.

Can this be done in exchange 2003 or 2007, We are migrating to 2007 this week.

Are there ways to have group emails be q'ed before sending and allow for an approval process. Are there any 3rd parts applications?

All users are using XP and Office 2007.

Thanks Guys.
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Commented:
In AD, open the DLs properties and go to the Exchange General tab.  In the message restrictions you can specify who can/can't send emails to that group.
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Hi,
in exchange 2007 you need to do the following:
1- Open Exchange management console
2 - Go to the Receipents Configuration node
3- Click the groups container
4 - Double Click a group
5- go to the mail flow settings tab
6 - Double-click message delivery restrictions
7 - Check the go to the mail flow settings tab
8 - Check the require all senders to be authenticated
9 - add the users that you want to receive emails, and below add the users you want to block.
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