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    Can you explain the differences between Routing Group and Entire Organizational in address space when you create SMTP connector
    Last edited by bustanji83; 5th August 2009, 13:33.

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    Re: SMTP Connector Option?

    Should be self explanatory - if you set it to routing group then the connector only applies to servers in that routing group. If you set to entire org it applies to all servers.
    If you only have one server then it doesn't matter.

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      Re: SMTP Connector Option?

      ok if i have legacy enviromental with 3 sites and i configure MySite to Internet SMTP Connector as Entire Organization in Exchange 2003 can be the mail from other site on exchange 2007 send mail to internet through my Server 2003

      SiteA --> User/Exchange 2007 --> Send mail to internet --> MySite/Exchange 2007 --> Exchange 2003 --> MySite to internet

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        Re: SMTP Connector Option?

        If you set the SMTP connector to entire org, then all servers, no matter which version, will route outbound email through the server listed as the bridgehead.

        Simon.
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