Parent and Child domain using Exchange/email over same internet connection

Posted on 2011-10-20
Last Modified: 2013-12-02
Is it possible to configure exchang 2010 to send and receive emails from a child domain that is using the same internet connection as the parent domain?
Question by:MAG03
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    Accepted Solution

    Yes it is possible, generally the hub transport server/role looks at your AD sites and services to decide where to route messages so you need to make sure that is setup correctly and it should be automatic. If that is not possible (e.g. a one-way trust) you would need to use a Send Connector.

    MSDN - Understanding Send Connectors

    MSDN - Create an SMTP Send Connector
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    Ok thanks! Not doing the implementation myself, just doing a design. So this being possible is great.

    thanks again

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