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Disable NDRs for one of several accepted domains within Exchange 2010

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We have more than one accepted domain within Exchange 2010, and for one of those accepted domains we want to disable NDRs, whilst leaving the NDRs enabled on the rest of the accepted domains, i.e.:

example1.com - no NDRs sent
example2.com - NDRs sent
example3.com - NDRs sent

I know how to do this for remote domains, but I can't seem to find a way to do it for accepted domains.

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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 500 total points
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As far as I am aware, that isn't possible.

You can only configure the option for all domains or specific remote domains. The local domain doesn't come in to it.

Although disabling NDRS in general is bad practise.

Simon.
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Thanks, I did suspect that that was the case.
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