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    Hello,

    i would like to know how can i divert a NDR to particular id....Suppose if user is sending a mail to particula DL containing 5000 users and around 50 NDR are generated.... i want this NDR's to be divert to particualr email address so that the sender dont receive any NDR.

  • #2
    Re: How to divert NDR in Exchange 2003

    You cannot stop the user from receiving the NDR. The most you can do is set the server to send a copy of the NDR to another account, but the sender will also get a copy.

    Simon.
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    • #3
      Re: How to divert NDR in Exchange 2003

      Thaks a lot Simon...but this wont solve my problem....any other alternative for this....

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      • #4
        Re: How to divert NDR in Exchange 2003

        I am not in the habit of posting one thing when there is an alternative. If there was an alternative then I would have written it.

        The simple fact is that Exchange is not a very good list server. I wouldn't even consider using Exchange to send an email to 5000 recipients. You should be looking at using one of the bulk email tools that can automatically deal with the NDRs and unsubscribe requests - while you may not want to have unsubscribe requests, if you don't want your messages flagged as spam you need to provide that option and carry it out. Sales departments usually object to that kind of behaviour, but if you don't - you will get blacklisted.

        The only other way I can think of doing it would be a separate account and mailbox and open that instead so that the messages come from another account. However if you want the email to appear to come from a specific user, then that user needs to accept the NDRs.

        Simon.
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        Simon Butler
        Exchange MVP

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        • #5
          Re: How to divert NDR in Exchange 2003

          Could a rule (server side) be created to look for the relevant text and forward the message / delete it from the original mailbox?
          Tom Jones
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          • #6
            Re: How to divert NDR in Exchange 2003

            You can't apply rules to NDRs because they are system messages. Even if you could, I think the rule would be client side. Then you have the problem with the NDRs, as every server seems to be different.

            Simon.
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            Simon Butler
            Exchange MVP

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            • #7
              Re: How to divert NDR in Exchange 2003

              Thanks a lot for your valuable suggestion...!

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