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Organization Configuration > Hub Transport > Remote Domain Properties > Message Format Tab

 

Applies to: Exchange Server 2007 SP3, Exchange Server 2007 SP2, Exchange Server 2007 SP1

Topic Last Modified: 2007-11-15

Use the Message Format tab to specify message policy, format, and character sets for the messages that are sent to this remote domain.

Message Format Options

Use the message format options to specify message delivery and formatting.

  • Allow automatic replies   To allow messages that are automatic replies from client e-mail programs in your organization, select this option. By selecting this option, you enable automatic replies to be delivered to the remote domain.
  • Allow automatic forward   To allow messages that are auto-forwarded by client e-mail programs in your organization, select this option. By selecting this option, you enable auto-forwarded messages to be delivered to the remote domain.
  • Allow delivery reports   To allow delivery status notifications from the Hub Transport servers in your organization to the remote domain, select this option.
  • Allow non-delivery reports   To allow non-delivery reports (NDRs) from your organization, select this option. By deselecting this option, you suppress NDRs to the remote domain.
  • Display sender's name on messages   To have the sender's name appear on messages, select this option. We recommend that you leave this option selected.
  • Use message text line wrap at column   To allow line wrap in message text for outgoing messages, select this option and then in the text box, type the line-wrap size, between 0 and 132. To set the value to unlimited, leave the field blank. The default value is unlimited (blank).
Exchange rich-text format
  • Always use   Select this check box to always send messages that use Exchange rich-text format.
  • Never use   Select this check box to never send messages that use Exchange rich-text format.
  • Determined by individual user settings   Select this check box to send e-mail messages that use the Exchange rich-text settings that are specified by the Office Outlook user.
Characters Sets

Use the following character set options to specify acceptable character sets:

  • MIME character set   To identify a MIME character set, type the character encoding set in the text box.
  • Non-MIME character set   To identify a non-MIME character set, type the character encoding set in the text box.
To ensure that you are reading the most up-to-date information and to find additional Exchange Server 2007 documentation, visit the Exchange Server TechCenter.
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