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how to stop NDR in exchange 2003

Posted on 2012-03-13
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        i use exchange2003 to email server, now, i send email to one user, but i get the returned email like can not found the recipients, but my problem is, i keep to get the returned email, actually, i just send one email to this user. is there any setting to stop the returned email? i mean disable the returned email on exchange 2003
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What is the frequency of you receiving NDR? you can block the non delivery reports at the connector level by using recipient filtering, however, its not a good idea.

Better if we try to find why these NDRS are being generated. Your server might get blacklisted if NDRS are being flooded out to internet.
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