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Hub Transports Connector query

Posted on 2011-03-10
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Our current topology is this:

Exchange Mailbox Server > Exchange Hub Transport Server > SMTP Gateway > Internet

All Exchange 2007 and works fine.

We're looking at integrating with a small company who use Lotus Notes. We want their inbound/outbound external mail to go via out Hubs.

So it would be:

Exchange 2007/ Lotus Notes > Exchange Hub Transports > SMTP Gateway > Internet

The company we're integrating with has domain name lotus.com
Our Exchange domain name is exchange.com

In order for this to work, am I correct that we need to:

1. Add lotus.com as a Remote Domain
2. Add a Send Connector for lotus.com to the Lotus servers so that mail from the SMTP Gateways can be relayed

What I don't understand is how we're going to set the rule so that mail from the Lotus environment is accepted by the Hubs to be relayed to the SMTP Gateways.
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