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Exchange server local relay settings

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i have a Windows 2003 exchange server, It is configured so you can not relay, so you can not send an email to billgates@microsoft.com from fred@flintstones.com it will refuse relay. but what you can do is send an email saying you are from billgates@microsoft.com to a vaild address of the internal domain. So a user can send an email to one manager saying it is from another manager: for example

manager1@internal domain.com to manager2@internal domain.com

so I am getting users send email using outlook express and I have no way of knowing who sent them or how to stop them

Pleas help!!!!
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