Disable Non-Delivery-Report in Exchange 2003

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Hi, I seem to have discovered a new mechanism for generating SPAM. I am of late receiving lots of emails addressed to non-existant users. These names could not exist on our network or anyones for that matter! So I suspect they are using it as a mechanism for generating 'noise' on the internet. Is there any way to disable the NDR in Exchange 2003. Malcolm

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It should be in the exchange system manager.
global settings > Internet message formats > right click default and the properties > advanced and untick the allow non-delivery reports.

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  • Ursulus
    That's cool.. Worked like a charm.. and I thought I had checked every setting in Exchange! Once I was in there I remembered that was the place to allow 'forwarding' and 'out of office'.. I hate the way Exchange disables 'Out of Office' by default.. odd really.. Malcolm
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  • Ajinkyaa86
    if i have to disable nondelivery recipt for a particutlar user is there any other option regadrs
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