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    Exchange 2000 - simple question...I think

    Ok, we just upgraded our Exchange 5.5 to 2000 and now I am getting emails that should be rejected by the server. They have our domain but they are going to people who no longer exist as users. Where in Exchange 2000 is a place where I can say that I don't want to let mail through that is not directed to a current users mailbox? If anyone can answer this for me that'd be awesome! Thanks!

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    Re: Exchange 2000 - simple question...I think

    you can't not accept it - the default setting is to send an NDR in reply and put the undeliverable in the admins mailbox. By changing the setting on the smtp server (locate it under the server name | protocols | smtp - r click on the smtp server) you can control it but it affects all NDRs for any reason.

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