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Exchange rule to stop "Out of Office" and Undeliverable messages from being sent to the Common MAilbox

Posted on 2011-02-23
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How can we create an Exchange rule to stop "Out of Office" and Undeliverable messages from being sent to the common mail box which is used by Service Desk team. I created rule to move it to specific folder. But I want rule not to receive out of office mail to common mail box. Please help.

Also is there any setting can we do in mailbox settings? Please suggest.
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Question by:Sekar Chinnakannu
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If you are trying to prevent mail from ever reaching the mailbox, the only way you can do it is to use Forefront to set "rules" that prevent the messages  with those specific terms from ever reaching that particular mailbox.  

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How can I set same and I need to reflect all the users whomever using service desk mailbox. I haev created rule but its working on specific PC only. So I want to reflect all the users whenever they open SD mailbox. Please help.
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Create a Hub Transport Rule>

In EMC, go to Organization Configuration>Hub Transport>Transport Rules and create a rule the same way you would in Outlook.
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