Echange 5.5 Email Routing

Hi,

I would like to setup email routing for one specific domain in Exchange 5.5. I have never done this.

Normally in exchange 2003 i would setup an smtp connector with the domain adress space. How is this done in 5.5
inf2300Asked:
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LeeDerbyshireCommented:
I no longer have E5.5 (so this is from memory), but the E5.5 equivalent was the Internet Mail Connector.  It also has an address space property like the E2003 SMTP connector, plus a Routing Address tab.  The IMC is created in the Connections container.
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inf2300Author Commented:
Thanks Lee.

I see that but what do i enter in this routing tab

I have a "type" and  "address" box.

I imagine i enter the IP in address but what goes in "type"
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LeeDerbyshireCommented:
Do you need all messages for this domain to go to one particular server?  If so, then I would not worry about the routing tab; and instead, look for a field that says 'Forward all messages to host'.
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inf2300Author Commented:
yes... I want to send all messages destined to a single domain to a particular server. I do not see anything like 'Forward all messages to host'.
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inf2300Author Commented:
i think i figured it out... In the connection tab there is a specify by domain button....

thanks for your help
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LeeDerbyshireCommented:
Actually, I think there is a simpler way.  Have a look at the exisiting IMC.  On the connections tab do you see a button that says E-mail domains?  I think you can enter a special host for the domain here.
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LeeDerbyshireCommented:
Oops - you beat me to it!
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