how do I add an NDR for an existing mailbox or auto reply for a noreply@

Exchange 2007 - Outlook 2007
I need to create a noreply@domain.com for some outgoing emails for part of our internal process so the client cant respond directly in email.  The app should send directly via the server but it doesnt so i need to create a work around using outlook.

I tried to simply type in the nopreply@ in the from line in outlook but that wouldnt let me.  So i created a noreply mailbox and gave send as permissions.  that works but then it also allows inbound responses.  so how do i block the inbound mail with a NDR or send a autoresponse that says politely this is not a valid address.  out of office notice is not good enough.  i tried a server side rule but that wont send a response.


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Jon BrelieSystem ArchitectCommented:
Under properties, click Mail Flow Settings and select Message Delivery Restrictions.  Select Accept from List and leave the list empty.
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shauncroucherCommented:
You need to read through this article.

Basically create a new receive connector, set to externally configured, ensure it is not accessible from outside world and point your application towards it. It will relay as any email address.

http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2006/12/28/432013.aspx

Shaun
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thebabinatorAuthor Commented:
i did have to add an internal user for it to save but that was the solution!!!
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