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Blocking Outbound Email to a specific domain abc.com and still receive email from abc.com

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I am running Exchange 2007.  I need the steps to block outbound mail (so that my domain users can not email a specific domain @abc.com)  Doing this i also still need to receive mail from abc.com

Basically i need to not let anyone in my organization send to them only receive.

I have a hub exchange server.

What are the steps to do this process?

I know that you have to use a transport rule but what ones do i pick and how do i config it.

THANK  YOU FOR ANY HELP!!!
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I tried doing this


http://exchangeserverpro.com/block-users-sending-to-specific-domains-with-exchange-server-2007

However with no results.  Is it because i am not a edge server?
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Use the Exchange console and Content Filter commands to create the rules that you want to apply.
I believe you want something like: Set-ContentFilterConfig -BlockedRecieveDomain abc.com
Set-ContentFilterConfig -BypassedSenderDomain abc.com You can google the Content Filter commands for the proper command context.   Try this link for extra information: http://www.petri.co.il/using-exchange-2007-management-shell-configure-content-filtering-part1.htm
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