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Exchange Transport Rule Help

Posted on 2011-02-17
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Hi, I want to create a transport rule that blocks all email except for email to specific mailboxes, that's simple enough to do, but I would like to have more than just a one line descriptor of why the message is bouncing.
Basically I would like to something more user friendly like an html page that instructs the sending users on how to proceed. Is there any way I can do this?
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I think you can only include that enhanced response code/message, however it is freeform text. So I suppose you could include text such as "go to this link for more info htp://www.domain.com/bounceinfo.htm" and just put up a page on that URL.
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Will the enhanced response code/message get rid of all the Exchange diagnostic information that gets sent in a usual bounce?
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No, that will still remain.
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There's no way to make that go away?
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I don't believe so; its a standard NDR.
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