Here's the scenario: I have an MS Exchange distribution list called SMT. Currently,
msExchRequireAuthToSendTo is set to
true, so this list will not accept emails from external senders. We recently hired a new VP of something, and he uses an external email address, so he can't send to SMT.
After some Googling, I've discovered the
dlMemSubmitPerms attributes, which authorizes a list of senders, and members of a list of distribution lists respectively. I created an MS Exchange contact for the new VP's external address and added that to the
authOrig list. Then I added the company wide distribution list to
dlMemSubmitPerms. Finally, I set
The company employees can send to SMT, but the external address still cannot. Is it because
authOrig only works with MS Exchange users and not contacts?
According to Understanding Recipient Restrictions you can:
use this restriction ... for mail contacts that represent suppliers for a retail organization. You may want to configure each of these mail contacts to accept messages from only the buyers who work directly with those suppliers.
How can I accomplish this? (I know that the easiest solution is to make the VP use his internal address, but if I can cater to his wants, I'll get brownie points.) Thanks.