"James Hurrell" <"j_a_hurrell at hotmail com"> wrote in message
> Is it possible to disable email access (i.e. Exchange) for one domain
> I have been requested to create a user for one of my client's investors so
> that (from time to time) he can log in on a spare workstation and peruse
> files on one particular share, however I do not want this user to be able
> to send out email.
> I have managed the access to shares via group permissions, but I'm unsure
> how to go about deactivating exchange access, or, indeed, if it is even
> possible to do this. Could anyone enlighten or disappoint me?
For SBS 2003, go into AUDC, right-click, Exchange tasks, remove Exchange
attributes. That will strip the mailbox from the user account. The mailbox
will remain, but unowned until the rentention time has been met, which by
default is 30 days, or you can purge it manually in the Exchange System
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Ace Fekay, MCT, MCITP EA, MCTS Windows 2008 & Exchange 2007, MCSE & MCSA
2003/2000, MCSA Messaging 2003
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