Configuring SMTP Connector with delivery restriction

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I can't configuring the security of my Exchange 2000 SMTP connector, using the option tab of delivery retriction in Exchange System Manager. I select the reject option and push a universal group within the windows "Accept messages form". This solution do not work properly and all user can send mails trougth this conncetor. I have applied the solution published in the Microsoft Technical Pages, article KB279813 and KB277872 but the problem persist. Thank you for your attention
ASKED: January 20, 2005  11:49 AM
UPDATED: February 1, 2005  11:02 AM

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What happens if you deny all and leave the allow box empty?
No mail should pass through the connector at all to the outside world. Internal mail is not affected by these settings. You will need to restart the smtp service after changes. If you succeed in blocking all OGM try just adding a user at a time to the allow section. Also try the inverse allow all but deny a user. I have seen some strange behaviour in this area!
Good Luck

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