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Hi,

I have an internal relay domain which I would like to set 'don't send Microsoft RTF'. Can I set up an additional remote domain for this domain, to allow Nero set formatting for this domain? Running exchange 2007 Sp2.

Thanks!
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I mean can I set up a Remote domain for the current internal domain, rather than an additional remote domain. There isn't a remote domain already.
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the remote domain tells Exchange that it doesn't deal with this domain and forward it to some other device or application.

If you were to do this with your current internal domain you would get mail delivery problems
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