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troubleshooting Question

Route outgoing SMTP traffic to different connectors

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I have a single server Exchange 2007 organization with multiple send connectors. I am trying to figure out a way to either set permissions by user for outgoing SMTP traffic on the send connectors, or to find a way to route and filter by headers to the send connectors. Barring either of those, I'd like to find a 3rd party solution that would allow me to route SMTP traffic to different smarthosts depending on From: and/or Reply-To: headers.

Messages sent from User1 should always exit the organization through Send Connector A
Messages sent from any other user should always exit the organization through Send Connector B.

Any way to accomplish this in Exchange 2007?
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