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Configure send connector to send mails outside for unknown users

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Hi,

I have a setup like below.

My domain xxxx.com is hosted in ISP with arround 50 users. I am downloading arround 40 users mails to my exchange 2007 using 3rd party smtp software. Now I am facing issue when sending e-mails from exchange to that 10 users (their ID's are not created in exchange). The exchange will bounce back with No such user error. So Now I want to configure exchange to send all other users mails (10 users) using DNS. How I can configure in exchange. (In mdaemon I have a option called, unknown user mail forward)

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Pradeep
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What you are doing is sharing the SMTP address space.
This is the article on Technet that explains what you need to do:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb676395.aspx

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