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Keeping it Internal with Exchange

By j'Jeremy ·
There was a 2 part article on configuring mailboxes on Exchange 5.5 for intra server mail only.

I need to restrict the ability to send and receive internet email to a limited group of users. Unfortunately I cannot find this article anywhere in the archives. Can anyone assist me in either finding/forwarding me this article or a quick overview of the steps for those whom have done it.

Thanks very much.

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by Tim.Doyle In reply to Keeping it Internal with ...

What I did in this situation was a two fold step so is probably the answer t which you are referring, but I didn't see the posting on the article so it may be different.

In Exchange Administrator go to Connections and Internet Mail Service. Openthe Delivery Restrictions tab and set it to accept messages from the listing of people you want to be able to send mail, all others will be disallowed by the system.

Second step I had to do was go into each user object in Exchange Administrator and delete their internet e-mail address, which prohibits them from receiving any inbound mail.

Maybe someone knows a quicker way to do this though, but this worked fine for me.

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by j'Jeremy In reply to Keeping it Internal with ...

I had been trying this yesterday without consistent results, however it has confirmed that my thinking is right and the idea of Denying by default as opposed to Rejected a limited number makes a lot more sense.

Thanks again

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