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  • Sending a internal address via Smart Host

    Hi,

    We have a SBS 2008 and use pop3 connector to retrieve all our e-mails which works perfectly.

    When we send emails we use Smart host for Internet e-mail which also works fine.

    However we have one person that is using an e-mail address within our domain but does not use exchange but POP to retrieve his emails. When we send emails internally (ie. from [email protected] to [email protected]) the e-mail thinks he is on the exchange with the rest of us so doesnt send the mail..

    Is there any way I can set it to send any specific domain email address out of the server so that he receives it ?

    Thanks in advance for any help.

    Dave

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    Re: Sending a internal address via Smart Host

    why would you change the behaviour of the application, instead of changing the behaviour of the user ?
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      Re: Sending a internal address via Smart Host

      does this thread help at all ?
      http://forums.petri.com/showthread.php?&p=189284
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        Re: Sending a internal address via Smart Host

        Why is this user using POP when, of all the options for connecting to Exchange, it is by far the poorest and most limited? If he is directly connecting to the ISP's POP server (which is what I assume from your post) then he should be connecting to Exchange.

        If he has an SBS CAL he has an Outlook CAL as well, so he can use MAPI if he's internal, or Outlook Anywhere if he isn't, and also get all the other benefits of Exchange like calendars and address lists.
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