disable internal but allow external emails in outlook/exchange 2003

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How can we disable internal email but allow external email for short period on exchange 2003/outlook?

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Not 100% sure but maybe slap a spam filter on your domain name.com to block internal e-mails. When the short period is over remove the spam filter.

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  • Moto
    To disable internal email, you can hide the address from the global address list and but the external address will still be valid and the mailbox will receive it.
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  • Technochic
    Moto, hiding the address from the GAL won't prevent those who have previously emailed that person from doing so again. I don't know of a way to do this is Exchange 2003. It's easy to do in Exchange 2007.
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  • Moto
    I would remove their cached email addresses or at least delete that one for the user from their cached addresses. other than that, i'm not sure how it could be done.
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