XADM: Non-delivery reports to a distribution list or to a public folder in Exchange server are not supported

Summary

You cannot configure Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, Microsoft Exchange Server 2003, or Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server to send non-delivery reports (NDRs) to a distribution list or to a public folder. This configuration is not supported.  

This article contains information about how you can configure Exchange server to send a copy of an NDR to a Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) e-mail address. This article also discusses a workaround that you can try if you want to send NDRs to multiple users.

More Information

 By default, when an e-mail message cannot be delivered in Exchange server, an NDR is returned to the sender of the message. Exchange server converts all NDRs to MAPI reports, and MAPI reports can only have one recipient. However, if you want to store NDRs in an additional location, you can configure Exchange server to send a copy of all NDRs to an SMTP e-mail address. 

Configure Exchange Server to Send a Copy of NDRs to an SMTP Address

To configure Exchange server to send a copy of NDRs to an SMTP e-mail address, see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
295653 XADM: How to Send a Copy of an NDR to a Specific E-mail Address
Note You cannot send an NDR to the SMTP address of a distribution list or to a public folder that is local to the Exchange server organization.

Send NDRs to Multiple Users

To send an NDR to multiple users or to members of a distribution list, you can configure Exchange server to send a copy of the NDR to the SMTP address of a distribution list on a host on a foreign system. After you configure Exchange server to do this, configure the foreign system to send the NDR messages back to Exchange server. By doing so, multiple users receive individual copies of the NDR. 

Note When you use this workaround, an individual copy of the NDR is created on the server for each recipient. As a result, this workaround uses increased system resources because of the increase in the number of messages that are generated.
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ID do Artigo: 817220 - Última Revisão: 10 de set de 2011 - Revisão: 1

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