Stopping Delivery Notifications to the Internet

Stopping Delivery Notifications to the Internet

Post by Raji Arulambal » Thu, 13 May 1999 04:00:00



Hi

We are using Exchange Server 5.5 with SP2

How can I stop delivery notifications being sent out to the Internet.
on the IMS.

I have disabled Out of Office and Automatic Replies to the Internet
in the Advanced tab of Internet Mail in the IMS.

I have noticed that senders are requesting delivery, read etc notifications
and for a 3kb incoming mail, we send out approx 14kb for each kind of
notification.

Any help would be appreciated by email.

TIA

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 Raji Arulambalam  
 Systems Administrator      
 Bay of Plenty REGIONAL Council
 P O Box 364 Whakatane, Whakatane
 NEW ZEALAND      
 Phone:     +64 7 307 2545  
 Fax:       +64 7 307 2544  

 http://www.boprc.govt.nz/
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 The contents of this message express only the sender's opinion.
 This message does not necessarily reflect the policy or views of
  my employer, Environment BOP.  All responsibility for the statements
  made in this posting resides solely and completely with the sender.

 
 
 

Stopping Delivery Notifications to the Internet

Post by Amiri Jone » Sun, 16 May 1999 04:00:00


AFAIK, there is no way to stop an Exchange Server from sending out a
delivery request when a remote sender issues one.

> Hi

> We are using Exchange Server 5.5 with SP2

> How can I stop delivery notifications being sent out to the Internet.
> on the IMS.

> I have disabled Out of Office and Automatic Replies to the Internet
> in the Advanced tab of Internet Mail in the IMS.

> I have noticed that senders are requesting delivery, read etc notifications
> and for a 3kb incoming mail, we send out approx 14kb for each kind of
> notification.

> Any help would be appreciated by email.

> TIA

> ---------------------------------------------
>  Raji Arulambalam
>  Systems Administrator
>  Bay of Plenty REGIONAL Council
>  P O Box 364 Whakatane, Whakatane
>  NEW ZEALAND
>  Phone:     +64 7 307 2545
>  Fax:       +64 7 307 2544

>  http://www.boprc.govt.nz/
> ---------------------------------------------
>  The contents of this message express only the sender's opinion.
>  This message does not necessarily reflect the policy or views of
>   my employer, Environment BOP.  All responsibility for the statements
>   made in this posting resides solely and completely with the sender.


 
 
 

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The objective is to enable delivery notification only for the group.

I've noticed that, by default, when I send to list, say,

has been delivered to each of the members of list.  That is, it
reveals far too much internal information about the list member
ship

At the moment, the only option that I can find is to turn off the
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email (!??!).

I can live with this, but it just seems very odd that "do not send ...."
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Anyone else have any experiences at establishing this kind of
setup.  I recall doing it (for another company) a couple of years
ago in 5.5 without the strange use of language (not == do it).

TIA

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