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Creating Filter / Redirecting in Exchange 2007

Posted on 2009-05-04
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Hello,

We are having a relay problem with our HP MPE/iX server send-mail.  We currently have this server send out automatic emails to customers, but with 2 customers their server refuses to deliver the mail because of need 'fully-qualified hostname> #SMTP#'  We have tried to work out this solution, but it will not resolve.

My next option was to redirect messages to our clients through our exchange server.  I want our MPE/iX server to send the mail to a contact in our Exchange, then have it automatically redirect those messages to our client (not apart of our domain).

What is the correct way to do this?  Each of our clients has more than one email address that this will get sent to.  example:  person1@company.com, person2@company.com, person3@company.com all need to receive the email.
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Hello,

There are a couple of ways to accomplish. The easiest method is to just use your Exchange server as an SMTP relay. Have your send-mail server use a smarthost to relay all email and point it at your Exchange server. You then need to configure your Exchange server to allow your send-mail server to relay off it.

JJ
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jjmck.

thanks, this is what i have done on the hub transport.
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