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I have exchange 2003 server and one mail Distribution group created. All are working ,But sometimes comes "Undelivered Mail Returned to Sender" mails .can i block only these mails or redirect to other folder or user?
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With Exchange 2003 you can only control the undeliverable emails for entire organization. You cannot control it for one recipient other than using outlook rules but that would be set on each member's outlook which would make it difficult to deal when new users are added to that group.
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can you please explain me how can i do it on outlook? how can i connect  this Distribution group outlook?
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You cannot connect to the group in any way as it never holds the emails. Its the members of the group where emails are delivered. A simple Outlook rule can be created on each member's outlook.
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