See also ChooseFrom for Exchange 2000/2003 application
Suppose you have the following situation:
an Exchange 2000/2003 server hosts multiple mail domains, e.g. domain1.com, domain2.com,domain3.com. The Exchange server is a member of the Active Directory domain ad.domain0.com. If the Exchange server generates a Non-Delivery Report, for example because someone has sent a message to email@example.com, then the sender address of this NDR is always firstname.lastname@example.org.
RightPostmaster for MS Exchange 2000/2003 application can correlate NDR with domains, so that a NDR related to domain2.com will be sent from email@example.com, and a NDR related to domain3.com will be sent from firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application is a transport event sink.
On your Exchange server computer:
1. Select (or create) a user account that is a member of the local Administrators, Domain Admins and Domain Users security groups.
2. Log on as that user.
3. Create C:\Program Files\RPM\ directory.
4. Download RPM_demo.zip archive file to C:\Program Files\RPM\ directory and extract all files.
5. Run C:\Program Files\RPM\regSink.bat.
Lets assume you have two e-mail domains hosted by your Exchange server: domain1.com amd domain2.com. Make sure the addresses email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org are not exist in your Active Directory.
1. Create a free test account on Yahoo (http://mail.yahoo.com).
2. Using Yahoo web mail interface, send e-mail from email@example.com to your first unexisting address firstname.lastname@example.org
3. After a while you will receive a non-delivery report from postmaster@DEMO.domain1.com
4. Send e-mail from email@example.com to your second unexisting address firstname.lastname@example.org
5. After a while you will receive a non-delivery report from postmaster@DEMO.domain2.com
I have tested RightPostmaster with Exchange 2000 SP1/SP2/SP3 on MS Windows 2000 Advanced server.
1. Run C:\Program Files\RPM\unRegSink.bat
2. Delete C:\Program Files\RPM\ directory.
About this demo version.
RightPostmaster demo version always adds "DEMO." after @ to postmaster's e-mail address in a NDR.
So, if you send a message to email@example.com, you receive a NDR from
Full product version will generate the following NDR originator address:
Q. I am about to purchase this product but I wondering regarding updates/patches. What are the policies regarding updates? Do you provide them freely or as a purchase?
A. As a registered user, you will get free updates for one year from the date of purchase.
Once the new version is ready, this information will be e-mailed to all registered users. We will send updates via e-mail to those who request them.
I have already ordered your software and want to view data relating to my order.
A. Just visit our Customer Care Center.
Licensing policy: the product is licensed on a per-Exchange server basis.
|Number of licenses||Individual price|
|From 3||USD 150|
|Site license||USD 5000|
|All transactions are securely processed by our external registration providers.||Customer Care Center|
Site license covers a single organization in one location (building complex). If you purchase a site license, you may use the program in an unlimited number of your company's computers within this area.
Enterprise license covers all computers of single organization world-wide. If your company has many branches even with thousands of machines, Enterprise license covers them all.
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