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I'm running Exchange 2002/2003 and hosted multiple SMTP domain. E.g. abc.com and def.com
I want to do specific outbound message routing based on the smtp domain. For example, I want to route all users with xxx@abc.com email account via smarthost1 and all users with xxx@def.com email account via smarthost2
How can I do that?

Thanks in advanced
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Can't be done.
Exchange routes email based on destination, not sender.

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