Exchange 2003 Connector with Frontbridge

I have a Exchange 2003 server & I'm using Frontbridge as my front-end connector.  I am planning to switch to MX Logic and accoring to them I do not need a Connector under Routing Groups.

How will the mail know where to go without a connector in Exchange?

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Not sure unless they expect you to make DNS change to point all outgoing mail to them on port 25.

Jon BrelieSystem ArchitectCommented:
You'll still need a connector.. just not one with a specific destination.  You'll use DNS to route to each address accordingly.

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