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Posted on 2006-07-17
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I have config mail Frontend and Backend mail exchange 2003 with RPC over HTTP.
After config finish, all work correctly, But i check my Out SMTP and I discover mail send by Backend mail. I must open NAT from Backend to Internet. I don't want open NAT on backend directly internet. I want config mail send by Front end Server, i'll open NAT on the Frontend server.

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Simply configure an SMTP Connector in Exchange. Set the Bridgehead as the SMTP virtual server on the frontend server.

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