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Exchange 2003 Mail Forwarding

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Neale WilliamsFlag for Australia asked on
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Hi Experts.

We have an Exchange 2003 server and two internet connections. We send out bulk emails and the email is using all the available bandwidth which is affecting our Terminal Server users.
We have a second internet connection that is only lightly used at the moment. is their a way the mail can be sent out using this connection instead? if i change the default gateway we no longer receive mail.
We are using Windows 2003 Small Business Server with Service Pack 2. One connection is DSL and the other is SHDSL. Both are using Cisco routers.


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