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Catch All Account for Email in SBS 2003 Environment

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I have an environment where I need to set up an account that will collect all emails that are sent to the domain which do not correspond to a valid email address. In other words, the address John@mycompany.com would be valid, but Jon@mycompany.com would not be. I would like to have these forwarded to multiple people in the organization for their review. I have searched the web but I guess I am not defining by search criteria correctly
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Have you seen the following link which suggests 3 methods:
http://hellomate.typepad.com/exchange/2003/08/exchange_catcha.html
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Thank you for the response. The user now realizes that if this environment is enabled that they will have to deal with a large quantity of spam type e-mails. They have decided not to implement this method. I will keep you suggestions in mind for future reference.
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