Individual Postmaster for each Accepted Domain using Exchange Server 2007 SP1

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Currently My Organization runs with Exchange Server 2007 SP1. I have Configured a single Postmaster@<ourdomain.com> for NDR to Externalusers. It works fine. There are about 20 accepted domains,currently i have only one postmaster for NDR. Each Accepted Domain has different users. None of the Accepted Domain has same users. whether it is possible to have individual postmaster address for each accepted domain? I explained with details for your convenience That is postmaster@<accepted domain1.com> postmaster@<accepted domain2.com> postmaster@<accepted domain3.com> postmaster@<accepted domain4.com> postmaster@<accepted domain5.com> postmaster@<accepted domain6.com> postmaster@<accepted domain7.com> postmaster@<accepted domain8.com> postmaster@<accepted domain9.com> postmaster@<accepted domain10.com> postmaster@<accepted domain11.com> . . . . postmaster@<accepted domain18.com> postmaster@<accepted domain19.com> postmaster@<accepted domain20.com> Consider the following scenario, I Created a Transport Rule for some of the users of the 20 Accepted Domains to Send/Receive mails from the internal 20 Accepted Domain. Suppose if any external users send mail to the internal users of the Accepted Domain who is restricted to send/receive mails from external users. NDR report has to be delivered to external users using the particular accepted domain name as postmaster. That is If a user selvam@gmail.com sends a mail to user who is in Accepted Domain1 ,the external users has to be delivered NDR from the accepted domain1 postmaster(ie..postmaster@<accepted domain1>) If the same user selvam@gmail.com sends a mail to another user who is in Accepted Domain2, the external users has to be delivered NDR from the accepted domain2 postmaster(ie..postmaster@<accepted domain2>) Like the this i want individual postmaster for all domains as i explained above. I have posted the same query,since the reply from a user requires more information. So i posted once again same query, It is URGENT . Please give me a Solution ASAP. Thanking in advance all the members of itknowledgeeexchange members and Team Regards, R.PANNIR SELVAM
ASKED: November 15, 2008  11:28 AM
UPDATED: January 21, 2010  7:32 AM

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Hi,

A bit lame thing to do, but you can keep one Exchange 2003 based server in your org and use that server to recieve and send to internet. For each domain create a vSMTP that recieves your internet mail. With MetaEdit you can edit IIS 6 metabase and there you will find the setting for postmaster address. Can be set to anything. This is the only way till now, I can assure you, or write your own transport event sinks in .NET orso. I struggled with this one for a loooooong time.

BR,

Ronald

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