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Posted on 2001-06-10
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i want to route in EX2000 all mails of type FAX (submitted from outlook) to
an special email-server. i have done that in EX 5.5  but i am not able to to
that on EX2000.
What i want to do is:

All Messages of type FAX should be routed to  xxxxx@fax.mail.mydomain.

Has somebody an idea how to do that in 2000?


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The link above was of little help. But fwith further investigations i have found, that if i add a type FAX with adress space * to my SMTP connector a mail of type fax is routed to the smtp-server. The problem is, that it generatate a IMCEA-FAX adress but Exchange appends the local domain. So the message will be routed back to Exchange, where the receiver is unknown. So the problem is, to tell exchange to append not the local domain but an specific other. In ex5.5 i have the option to specify that.
how can i do that in ex2000
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Hello sysdat@devx

this question is open for more then 2 months
time to clean up
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my recom will be
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