First, I have to say a big "thanks" to Daniel. Your article on blocking incoming internet e-mails helped me a lot for a project I was given at work. I now have a problem getting a user who was once blocked, to be able to send and receive internet e-mails. I removed the check from the "authenticated users only" box in Exchange 2003, and removed the user from "denied" list on the authentication tab of the SMTP connector. They can receive e-mails from outside our domain, but the sender receives a NDR, and when they try to send they are given the "You do not have permission..." message (7.3.1). I've tried moving the user to a different AD group and double checked the permissions on the account, yet still no luck. Hopefully someone has a solution. Thanks, Scott
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Can't unblock user from internet mail