Thanks in advance for any help anyone can offer; I have been going nuts trying to get this to work.
I have a customer that has two companies in the same office, because the type of companies they are for compliancy reasons this is what they would like: If someone emails company “X” and also company “Y” in the same email it rejects (or doesn’t deliver, or give an NDR, ect.) on both domains. I take care of both domains and both right now are running SBS 2003 current on updates, and of course exchange 2003 also current on updates.
Right now I have a server side rule (from outlook) in place that deletes a message and returns an email to the sender informing them that the email was not received by either domain. I thought this was the end solution, I tested it and it seemed to work; however I since found out the rule will only work if both domain X & Y are in the “To:” box, it will not stop any email on either domain if X is in “Cc:” and Y is in the “To:”
To address the comment I’m sure that will come up, yes both are running SBS; however both domains are completely segregated from the demark on (network wise).
Again thanks for any help anyone can offer.