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Restrict E-Mail Use & Other questions

By pestinha ·
Hello all,

- Windows 2000 Server SP4
- Exchange 2000 Sp3
- Outlook 2000 Clients

I would like to restrict the e-mail use for some users in my organization.
Users should only receive and send e-mails to a list of e-mail addresses (internal and external) that i allow them.

Another subject,

How can i receive an e-mail in two diferent mail-boxes? Not using a distribution list...

Thanks in advance

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by azizhakim In reply to Restrict E-Mail Use & Oth ...

1)To restrict users you will need to go to ADUC,and open each user properties/Exchange General/Delivery options/Message Restrictions
Here you can stipulate Who can send to this recipient.As far as SENDING to particular recipient I have not come up with resolution.Perhaps another member can help
2)To open another mailbox you need to go to the user properties/Exchange Advance/Mailbox rights and add user and grant read/full mailbox access rights.Open mailbox with client
Hope this helps

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by ithomas In reply to Restrict E-Mail Use & Oth ...

I've just done a similar thing, this has worked for us:
Create two Distribution groups: Restricted Users and Enabled Users.
Add the external addresses as contacts and include them in the RU group.
In Delivery options/Message Restrictions of each of the RUs add the RU group to ?Accept Messages: Only From?.
In Delivery options/Message Restrictions of each of the EUs add the RU group to ?Accept Messages: From Everyone Except?
The RUs would still be able to send mail externally to any address but only receive it from anyone listed in the RU group. To completely deny sending externally add the RU group to ?Reject From? in the connector within Exchange System Manager.

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