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  • Email Routing

    Hi,

    We are running an Exchange 2003 cluster. We currently route all our external email to one of 4 smart hosts (set in properties of Exchange System Manager, .... Routing group, Connectors, External, general tab 'Forward all mail through this connector to the following smart hosts' on). The local bridgehead server (Exchange) is a 'Default SMTP Virtual Server'.

    I have been asked to investigate if it is possible to set up external Email routing such that if an Email has a specific recipient address in the to or CC field as (for example) @test1.organigstion.uk it gets routed to a specific set of smart hosts while all other Email be routed to a different set of smart hosts.

    Does anyone have any suggestions on how this can be done?

    Thanks

    Alison

  • #2
    Re: Email Routing

    If I'm not mistaken, you need to create another routing group connector for the specified domain with a lower cost than the default connector. That way all email for the domain will be sent to the smart host(s) specified on this new connector.

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    • #3
      Re: Email Routing

      Just to clarify, you can control email flow using SMTP connectors at a domain level only, not email address.
      Therefore you can create an SMTP connector for domain.com, but not for user @ domain.com.

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      • #4
        Re: Email Routing

        I meant to point that out in my post. Sorry.

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