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Exchange 2003 Message Routing

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Hi there, I have 2 Exchange 2003 sp2 servers within the same routing group.
they both operate on the same domains and are part of the same AD topology, and both utilize a smarthost for smtp connectivity. However, user A on Server A cannot send a message to User B on Server B right now, which is essental for my setup.

I tried creating separate Routing Groups and putting the servers within those groups, but it did not make a difference.

How can I achieve my objective, so that exchange users can email each other and use the smtp smarthost connector for outbound connectivity to other domains?

many thanks.
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