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How to setup an Exchange 2003 Rule to redirect a certain Domain name to a group Mailbox

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I have a rule I want to redirect the e-mail from a certain domain and not to reach the intended recipient.
Is this even possible?
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You can use Sender Filtering to archive or drop messages from a specific domain

Open Exchange System Manager
Go to Global Settings
Right click Message Delivery
Go to Sender Filtering
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Then what.
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click on "Add", type address that you want to filter ( *@hatethisdomain.com), mark  "archieve filtered messages"

If you need something more sophisticated then you would need some 3rd party product....
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I think that may address our needs.
I will let you know
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both steps addressed a resolution to my issue
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