How to forward only external outbound mail from exchange 2003 to our Ironport C10.

Posted on 2006-06-13
Last Modified: 2006-11-18
We have exchange 2003 running on Server 2003 and currently all mail sent on the server goes through the ironport.  I would like internal mail to just stay on the server and only mail going to external parties to be handled by the ironport.

Currently the vitual smtp is pointed to use the ironport as a smarthost.

Question by:GaryHess
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Amitspeedstar earned 500 total points
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Dude  create a smtp connector and put ur internal domain in the address space ,

now click the check box on the general tab that says " use dns to route each address space on this connector ".

This will solve ur problem .


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I have a smtp connector set up as well also pointing at the smarthost.  If I set up another how do I get it to diferentiate between them?
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I want to split the points between the 2 answers since I needed both to get it done.

Thanks for the help.


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