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Exchange 2010 Hosted Sending mail across domains hosted in same server

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Hi All,

A quick question, i've setup a Hosted Exchange Mail server with 3 Organizations on it.

Sending email to external adresses works perfect. But when these organizations, wich are hosted on this server send email to each others domain. They get a bounce message saying
the following:
"all relevant MX records point to non-existent hosts"

Anyone an idea how to solve this..?

Please..
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Apologies for the google monkeys.

So you candela out OK? Can you receive OK to each domain?

Are they all accepted domains on the exchange server? If they were then they shouldn't even do an MX lookup if you are using RPC/HTTPS to send/receive?
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You need to make sure you are able to do lookup and query mx record for all domains from the exchange server, This will lead to solution hopefully
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Hi I solved it as follow..

I've create a send connector for eacht domain/smpt. Internal use only..
Works great.
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You shouldn't need to do that.

Are the domains all accepted domains?
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This question has been classified as abandoned and is being closed as part of the Cleanup Program. See my comment at the end of the question for more details.
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