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    Exchange 2003. I've two different smarthost.
    The first one is used to send email from entire domain
    I would like to use the second to send email from one specific user

    I've set two connector one for each smarthost, but I don't know how can I force that user to use the second connector? (and if it's possible)

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    Re: Using different connector

    Been a long time, but IIRC you set the cost of the more restrictive smarthost to be cheaper than the regular one, so Exchange will try to use one before the other, failing over if has to.
    Tom Jones
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    • #3
      Re: Using different connector

      Along with what Tom stated, you have to set the Delivery Restrictions on the SMTP connector to reject messages from everyone except the user in question.

      Take note that all outbound email will be evaluated against this SMTP connector so it may impose a performance impact on outgoing email.

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