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  • Ability to send to proxy server, multiple domains, to different locations?

    Hello,

    Is it possible to use a send connector to send mail from x.com to proxy server A and y.com to proxy server B?

    I have not been presented with this scenario before and the way I configured it does not work.

    ESM > Organization Configuration > Hub Transport > Send connector:
    Name: Dummy
    Type: Internet
    Address Space: x.com
    Route mail through smart host: proxyA.com
    Sourceserver: 'local-server'

    If that is correct, and this server hosts 5 domains currently, does a send connector need to be created for each domain? It does not seem that there are exclusions.

    Thanks in advance!

    Cheers,
    Ape

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    Re: Ability to send to proxy server, multiple domains, to different locations?

    Can't be done natively.
    This thread on Technet forums goes in to it in more detail.

    http://social.technet.microsoft.com/...2-c5f97cc2e64a

    Normally you would have a single Send Connector for the entire server. It doesn't cause a problem with email delivery as long as the server is configured correctly. There simply are not enough IP addresses in the world for every domain to have its own one.

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      Re: Ability to send to proxy server, multiple domains, to different locations?

      Thanks, read that article prior to posting here - I didn't think so. I wanted to test the routing through the proxy server for just one domain and not all, prior to deployment.

      Thanks again!


      Originally posted by Sembee View Post
      Can't be done natively.
      This thread on Technet forums goes in to it in more detail.
      ,
      http://social.technet.microsoft.com/...2-c5f97cc2e64a

      Normally you would have a single Send Connector for the entire server. It doesn't cause a problem with email delivery as long as the server is configured correctly. There simply are not enough IP addresses in the world for every domain to have its own one.

      Simon.

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