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Is it possible to allow an internal box to relay through an Exchange 2003 server, but only allow that server to relay email to a specific domain?

Again, Exchange 2003...

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Bill
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Can do sort of do a kludge with later versions of Exchange, but with 2003 you are restricted to everything or nothing.

A plain IIS SMTP server can do it though. Not directly, but you can lock it down via a combination of access restrictions and domain relaying settings. Therefore if you have a spare Windows 2003 licence you could build a VM for this one task.

Simon.
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