Exchange Server 2003 SMTP send connector

I have setup moss 2007 and in order to setup mail enabled folders I have to create a new smtp connector on our exchange 2003 box.
I Have a rough idea how to do this but want to be sure of what is the correct way.
Has  anyone done this before ?

basically i need all mail which is going to mail@myserver.mydomain.local not to use the default smtp connector to the outside world.
 
martin05Asked:
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simonpainterCommented:
Use the address space tab to specify what goes where.
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martin05Author Commented:
would the local bridgehead be my existing mail server or the moss smtp server simon
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martin05Author Commented:
and would the connector scope be  routing group  or entire organization ?
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martin05Author Commented:
forget the bridgehead it can only be my existing server
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simonpainterCommented:
Can only be one of your exchange servers.
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martin05Author Commented:
tried that but still getting ndr's looks like its still going out to the outside world
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martin05Author Commented:
works it has to be a routing group and allowed to route to these domains
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