NDR content in Exchange 2010


When I get bounce back email from clients, the non-delivery emails in Exchange carry the contents (sometimes it could be a large file 10mb), embedded inside. I wonder if there is a way not to have a content of the NDR but just a notice itself.
Thank you in advance for any recommendations.

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By default the NDR only contain the information for user and diagnostic log for administrator.
Is this happen to all remote domain or just specific domain?

Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
It depends on the NDR as to whether it contains the attachment or not.
Furthermore it also depends on the configuration of the remote server. This is something that have no control over.

swolff1ITAuthor Commented:
It happens to all the domains.
swolff1ITAuthor Commented:
Original email contains the attachment, NDR comes back with the same attachment and I would like to receive NDR with only notice of it without the attachment.
Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
I don't think you can change the behaviour of the NDR. An attachment is part of the message, so if the complete message has been rejected, then it will contain the attachment.


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