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In R5, What is the meaning of a Routing task field in the server document.
I find that the server can still route mail out of the domain if I  enable the smtp routing inside and outside of the Internal domain in the server configuration document and leave the blank in the routing task field inthe server document. what does it mean?
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If you have a mixed R4/R5 environment, you need to specify SMTP Mail Routing in the Routing tasks field of the Server document for the R5 server(s) that you wish to route outbound SMTP mail to.

Without adding this, R4 servers will be unable to route mail destined for an external domain to the R5 SMTP enabled server(s).
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