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How do I prevent an Exchange User/Account from sending a e-mail out of the Domain

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I am looking at going to Microsoft Online BPOS.  I am trying to find out how I can prevent a user account from sending an e-mail outside the domain?
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For Exchange 2007, you can restrict users from sending email using Transport rules. These can be found in The Exchange Management Console, under Organisaction Configuration, Hub Transport, Transport Rules.

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Been using BPOS for over a year now and I've seen nothing that would allow you to do this.

You might want to try looking at Office 365 (The replacement service) to see if this can help you.

You could also look Active Directory sign in  / migration tools if these offer any additional features.

I'm guess if you can do it then it would probably be via a Powershell command. I've had to do this for a couple of things in BPOS Hosted Exchange which you don't do via the web interface.

Jamie
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