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NDR behaivor modification based on internal domain name

Posted on 2011-03-16
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Greetings Experts!

I have a different internal domain name than my public domain which accepts email for us.  Occasionally, we have people send emails to user@domain.com instead of user@domaininc.com(our public domain name)

I would like to configure our Exchange 2010 server to send an NDR immediately when someone sends to domain.com instead of waiting through the typical expiration timeline.

Is this possible to change the NDR behavior of a single domain?

Thank you!

Adam
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You should be able to make a transport rule to do that.
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Worked great, thank you.
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