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Configuring Exchange 2003 server to route mail to Linux box

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I am very unfamiliar with message routing with Exchange and we have a current appication where I need the e-mail sent to a specific e-mail address in our AD to be routed to the SMTP server on the linux box where our ticket system is.

We are using Exchange 2003 SBS and Linux Centos v5.

So I need the following to happen:

Someone sends an e-mail to support@amce.com. The message is recieved by our main SMTP server (smtp.acme.com) and forwads it to linux.amce.com where the ticket system can deal with it.

Could anyone provide detailed instructions or maybe a link to detailed instuctions on how to set this up properly? I am needing an easy to follow solution here as it is coming down to cruch time. I plan on awarding points today if sufficent answers are given.

Thanks!
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