configure blocked mail notification on exchange 2003 server

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Email filtering
Firewalls
Microsoft Exchange 2003
When a mail is blocked on exchange 2003 server after successfully passing through firewall, can we configure any notification for the recipient user.Thanks you

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Sorry…no, there isn’t a way; NDRs (Non-Delivery Receipt msgs) only get sent to the sender of a msg. There isn’t a configuration or setting to send a msg to a recipient native to exchange.

But if you are using a separate spam product there is defiantly a switch to do this.

The reason it is difficult to get this going is because developers see this as a weakness to allow a spammer to get to your user even if the message is blocked. The subject will still come through and we don’t want that now do we… Especially if it is pornographic or disturbing.

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  • Technochic
    Are you using an anti-spam product to block it? There should be a configuration setting which allows you to choose what action to take when it is blocked, which usually includes notifying the intended recipient.
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