Exchange Server 2003 2 smarthosts, 2 domains

Posted on 2006-05-22
Last Modified: 2010-03-06

Hi, I would like to configure my exchange server to send outbound mail to different smarthosts based on the domain. I have 2 domains, so if the sender has a default address in the domain the mail should route to the smarthost for that domain, then if a user that has a default address of, then the mail should route to a different smart host.

Is this possible?

Question by:sstrange
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    Can't be done on that basis.
    You can place certain restrictions based on group membership.

    You have to make a registry change for the restriction to take:


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