Hi Rob,

You can do what you need in the SMTP Restrictions and Controls within the
configuration document. The sender will receive a non-delivery failure
notification when they try to send to this address. I believe the user
will also see a non-delivery as well, but would have to test to verify the
exact error. Here is what you would do:

In the Router/SMTP -> Restrictions and Controls... -> SMTP Inbound
Controls tab add the email address to the Inbound Intended Recipients
Control -> Deny messages intended for the following internet addresses
field.

In the Router/SMTP -> Restrictions and Controls... -> SMTP Outbound
Controls tab add the email address to the Outbound Sender Controls -> Deny
messages from the following Internet addresses to be sent to the Internet
field.


Good luck,

Amy Hoerle
System Administrator
Think Mutual Bank
5200 Members Pkwy NW, Box 5949
Rochester, MN 55901

507-536-5815 or
800-288-3425 Ext 5815
ahoerle@xxxxxxxxxxxxx



From: rob@xxxxxxxxx
To: "Lotus Domino on the IBM i \(AS/400 and iSeries\)"
<domino400@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 09/02/2014 07:14 AM
Subject: Re: Blocking external email for one user
Sent by: "Domino400" <domino400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx>



IDK. What do you have in mind?


Rob Berendt

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