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Block incoming domain and send a response back? - 15.Jun.2011 1:13:21 PM   
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Hello,
I'm not sure if I'm in the right forum for this question. I am trying to see if this is possible. Can I reject email coming from a certain domain "yourdomain.com" and have an auto response sent back to them saying it was rejected? Or will this happen automatically once I block the domain? Any help would be great.

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RE: Block incoming domain and send a response back? - 17.Jun.2011 9:05:26 AM   
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you can do archive.

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RE: Block incoming domain and send a response back? - 17.Jun.2011 9:10:34 AM   
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What is archive? I'm sorry I don't understand.

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RE: Block incoming domain and send a response back? - 17.Jun.2011 9:13:52 AM   
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In hub transport you can create rule for the same.

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RE: Block incoming domain and send a response back? - 17.Jun.2011 9:21:02 AM   
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Thanks, Is there anyway of getting some direction on this? I have never done what you're suggesting. Or a link to a "how to"? Thanks

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RE: Block incoming domain and send a response back? - 17.Jun.2011 11:47:53 AM   
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you can use a transport rule on the hub transport server that rejects messages from that domain and select an autoresponse to be sent back to the sender.

http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/transport-rules-exchange-server-2007.html

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RE: Block incoming domain and send a response back? - 17.Jun.2011 12:01:23 PM   
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That's exactly what I was looking for. Thank you so much!!

Tony

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RE: Block incoming domain and send a response back? - 17.Jun.2011 12:15:05 PM   
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Ok, one thing I am not seeing or I am missing. How would I enter a domain in? I want to block all emails coming from a certain domain. Maybe I'm missing this in the list...

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