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in Exchange 2010 the Send connector is configured atthe Hub Transport under exchange organization, but the receive connectore is configure on one of the  exchange servers under Server configuration.

What s the reason behind that.?

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simply because the receive connector is per hub i.e. each hub has its own receive connectors while a send connector affects the whole organization, when you create a send connector all the organization should be aware of it and its configuration so that all exchange servers know how to route emails
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which config is replicated between Hubs regarding connectors; Send connector config or Receive connector config; in case of one Hub fails.






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all exchange config is stored in active directory however receive connector config concerns only the hub server the connector is created on whereas the send connector affects the mail routing of the all the hub servers in the org
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so if the hub fails, the receive connector fails too
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yes sure
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it should not be a big concern, if the hub fails. Should it be???
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if you have more than one no
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if you have more than one no, however if you have only one hub it failing means you will have no mail flow
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even with 2 hubs, the send connectors wouldn't be configured the same
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oops, meant receive connectors, the ones that are configured per hub server, not at the organization level.
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I didn't understand what you mean with the last reply!

the send connector is not configured at the server level but at the org level
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ok posts crossed,

if you have more than one hub server it is your responsability to configure the receive connectors in a way to acheive redundancy
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<<<if you have more than one hub server it is your responsability to configure the receive connectors in a way to acheive redundancy >>>
do you meant you can have the same  receive connector configuration, for 2 different hub servers??
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No you will Need 2 connectors ones per server
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<<<No you will Need 2 connectors ones per server >>>

that s what I meant , but can we configure the 2  connectors with the same configuration, in case one hub fails.
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yes sure you can
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thanks
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