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How to Set Content Restrictions on an SMTP Connector

 

Topic Last Modified: 2005-05-24

You can restrict the type of messages that are delivered through a connector. For example, if you have special business or administrative requirements, you can restrict the message type to only high-priority mail through a particular connector.

Before you perform the procedure in this topic, read Connecting Exchange to the Internet.

The following permissions are required to perform this procedure:

  • Member of the local administrators group and a member of a group that has had the Exchange Administrators role applied at the administrative group level

  1. Click Start, point to Programs, point to Microsoft Exchange, and then click System Manager.

  2. In the console tree, go to Connectors by performing one of the following steps:

    • Under the Exchange organization, expand Connectors.

    • If you do not have routing groups defined, expand Administrative Groups, expand <Administrative Group Name>, and then expand Connectors.

    • If you have routing groups defined, expand Administrative Groups, expand <Administrative Group Name>, expand Routing Groups, expand <Routing Group Name>, and then expand Connectors.

  3. Right-click <your SMTP connector>, and then click Properties.

  4. Click the Content Restrictions tab.

    The Content Restrictions tab of the SMTP Connector Properties dialog box

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  5. Under Allowed priorities, select each type of priority messages that you want to send through the connector.

  6. Under Allowed types, select each type of message (system or non-system) that you want to send through the connector.

  7. Under Allowed sizes, if you want to set a size restriction, select the Only messages less than (KB) check box, and then type a size limit.

 
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