OK here is the situation:
Small office has SBS 2003 but does not have a fully qualified domain, therefore the local domain is company.local and e-mail is handled by telus. so each user has a telus box. right now each computers ms outlook 03 checks both the local box and the telus account. I realize that this could be done with POP3 Connector, but the users want to leave the mail on the server after checking and I couldn't figure out how to have the POP3 connector leave the mail there after routing it. And, more importantly in order for the outgoing mail to go out using the SMTP connector I had to set the users mail boxes, on the server, under users, as their telus box address othereise the SMTP connector wouldn't send through the smtp.telus.net bercause it thought it was comming from an outside address. After doing this it seems everything works sending internal mail is sent to the users telus box and the exchagne server just routes it locally and external mail is routed externally - except sending to any other @telus address other than the 10 local ones because the exchange server wants to look locally for the address and it isn't there. It even routes there @ telus accounts localy but since the server thinks that the @ telus account are local it delivers the internal e-mail ok. Now I know that I have done something way off so if someone could even recommend a way to set this up correctly please do. But if there is a way to just have the server send the telus e-mail that doesn't match an internal box, to the external smtp then it would work this way.