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Currently running Exchange 2007 using a base domain with several sub domains.  All outbound mail is currently set to go out to the Internet via an internal smart host (Websense Email Security) configured in a single send connector.  For testing purposes, I'd like to have one of the sub domains bypass this send connector and go out to a hosted provider (also Websense).  Any thoughts on how to set this up so that Exchange routes the messages differently based on the internal sender's address, i.e. sender@subdomain.domain.com?
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There is no way to configure exchange to send different routes based on sending address.
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So, you're saying that I can't route some mail through one smart host while routing the rest through another?  That's my ultimate goal.
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Not that I am aware of.
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