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  • Routing Group Setup

    HI All,

    Now i need to install Spam filter Software and that recommend to setup like this but i need some help to setup

    Two or more Exchange in the same organization
    The following example assumes you have one Exchange in New York and a second in Los Angeles and XWall should be a central point for incoming and outgoing messages.

    * Install XWall on a separate machine or a separate IP
    ( see Running on the same machine as Exchange but with a different IP )

    * Define one of the two Exchange as the bridgehead server
    and this Exchange is the only Exchange that talks to XWall

    So the message flow would be ( assuming New York is the bridgehead ):

    Internet -> XWall -> New York -> Los Angeles



    Note: All internal traffic between the Exchange in New York and Los Angeles
    needs to go directly without going over XWall or else you may get blank mesages
    ( see KBXW028 )


    But how do i setup New York ---> Los Angeles Exchange mail flow?

    Need to know how to create the routing groups properley
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    Re: Routing Group Setup

    hi,

    Can anyone help?
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    • #3
      Re: Routing Group Setup

      Hi

      if i am understanding it right you should configure it like this:


      MX records: direct them to the ip from the xwall (spamm filter)
      xwall: forward all mails to the exchange server
      exchange main (new york): receives only mails from the xwall
      exchange 2 (LA):can communicate with main exchange via vpn tunnel


      i had once a system configured like this:
      MX records: go to the imail server
      imail server: location a (configured aliases for every mailbox and forwarded to the correct site)
      trendmicro: spamm filter on every site (forwards the mails to the exchange)
      exchange: gets filtered mails...

      and the same on the us site they get the mails from the same imail server and first go to the spam filter and so on...
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      • #4
        Re: Routing Group Setup

        Thanks for your reply.

        Yes but i want to know how to create routing groups for these two servers

        mail flow like this?

        Internet------------> Exchange1------------------->Exchange2
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        • #5
          Re: Routing Group Setup

          here i found a good link (explanation) about routing groups and bridghead... etc

          http://searchexchange.techtarget.com...113741,00.html
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