Disable Email for User - Exchange 2010

Posted on 2011-10-28
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
Hello -

I used to remember how to do this but how can I go about disabling just email for a user but keep contacts/calendar functioning?


Question by:frescafoodsinc
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    by:William Yang
    You can use the transport rule on Exchange to reject all emails to and from the specific recipient.
    And set "except if the message type is Calendaring".

    for contacts, you can just put things into the contacts folder, it does not block you from doing that anyway.

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    Accepted Solution

    Yes using transport rule wizard on hub transport server you can do this.
    Select except if the message type is calendering as said above..

    Check this example once..

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