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Hi,

I use 2 email domains in my exchange 2010 organization, and would like to know if is possible use different smarthost for each domain.

for example:

users who has @1111111.com as email send email using smarthost Internet1111111
and
users who has @2222222.com as email send email using smarthost Internet2222222


Kind regards.

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Question by:DesarrolloBgn
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by:CSorg
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by:DesarrolloBgn
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thank you,

I allready seen that article, but not working for what I am looking... I would like to all mails to all domains (SMTP *) from @111111.com domain be sent throught smarthost111111 and all mails to all domains (SMTP *) from @2222222.com be sent throught smarthost2222222
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are these different smtp domains ? if so the best way to do that is to creat two different send connectors becuase the send connector will only send mail for the smtp domain listed in the send connector.    
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by:DesarrolloBgn
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Yes they are different, so possible to make two send connectors and use two different smarthost?
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by:CSorg
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mmm, that would only be usefull if you base the ruling on the receivers email domain, not on the internal senders primary domain (if I understand correctly what you are trying to do here)
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Thats it, I would like to base the ruling on Internal senders domains...
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So you can configure two send connectors and set smarthost for each connector. make sure to configure accepted domain for domain.   are you relaying mail to different internal smtp domains, internal third-party messaging system ?
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Malli Boppe earned 500 total points
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I  think this is possible when you have 2 exchange servers(cas,hub,mailboxroles) with mailboxes spread on them with the 1st one having all the user with the @1111111.com  and the 2nd with @22222.com
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by:DesarrolloBgn
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Sorry I have been out for two days, I will try configuring two send connectors and post result.

Kind regards
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by:DesarrolloBgn
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I tried with two send connectors and is like CSorg comment previously:

mmm, that would only be usefull if you base the ruling on the receivers email domain, not on the internal senders primary domain

So I am suspecting that I need 2 exchange servers as mboppe says.... :(
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by:Lee Seeman
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I have a similar issue; where I need to send external email through a smarthost and internal email routed normally with no smarthost. I have two send connectors and the one handling internal domain space has a cost of 1 and the external a cost of 10. However, external email is still not using smarthost....?
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