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Posted on 2014-12-26
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Is there a way to setup email in exchange to only have permissoins to send to certain list of emails while block the rest. For example.

user@company.com  can only send to  userB  and userC@company.com  while is blocked from the rest of the company.


this is exchange 2010

thanks for anyones help
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by:Emmanuel Adebayo
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I'm not sure if I understand your question properly.

Are these users in the same organisation?

Have you tried to set up Exchange Transport rules?

http://exchangeserverpro.com/restrict-outbound-email-transport-rule/

Regard
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this is for internal users within the same domain.

We want to be able to block userA from sending any emails to anyone other than to userB.
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Its a HUB transport rule. I do not have my lab machine online right now, but it would look something similar to this:

http://exchangeserverpro.com/restrict-outbound-email-transport-rule/

Basically you would do the following:

- Create a distribution group, and then add the users you do not want the person to have the ability to email
- Create a new HUB transport rule, and then do the following:

"From people" (select user), "sent to a member of a distribution list" then "send rejection message to sender with enhanced status code".
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We can configure message delivery restrictions for a mailbox
1.      In the console tree, click Recipient Configuration.
2.      In the result pane, select the recipient for which you want to configure message delivery restrictions.
3.      In the action pane, under the recipient name, click Properties.
4.      In <Recipient> Properties, click the Mail Flow Settings tab.
5.      Select Message Delivery Restrictions from the list of mail flow settings, and then click Properties.
6.      Message Delivery Restrictions   Select this setting and then click Properties to open the Message Delivery Restrictions dialog box. Use this dialog box to configure the following settings:
All senders   Click this button to specify that the recipient can accept messages from all senders. This includes senders in both your Exchange organization and external senders. This button is selected by default. This option includes external users only if you clear the Require that all senders are authenticated check box. If you select this check box, messages from external users will be rejected.
Only senders in the following list   Click this button to specify that the recipient can accept messages only from a specified set of senders in your Exchange organization. Click Add to open the Select Recipient dialog box. This dialog box displays a list of all recipients in the Active Directory forest. Select the recipients you want, and then click OK. You can also search for a specific recipient by typing its name in the Search box and then clicking Find Now.
Require that all senders are authenticated   Select this check box to prevent anonymous users from sending messages to the recipient.
No senders   Click this button to specify that the recipient will not reject messages from any senders in the Exchange organization. This button is selected by default.
Senders in the following list   Click this button to specify that the recipient will reject messages from a specified set of senders in your Exchange organization. Click Add to open the Select Recipient dialog box. This dialog box displays a list of all recipients in the Active Directory forest. Select the recipients you want, and then click OK. You can also search for a specific recipient by typing its name in the Search box and then clicking Find Now.
7.      Click OK to return to the Mail Flow Settings tab.
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