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Send Connectors SBS 2008

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We are running a SBS 2008 server - email is accepted for 2 domains, each user is setup with a co.uk address or a .fr address - there are no users that have both.  I would like to setup to send connectors - if a co.uk uk user sends an email I would like to use a set send connector and if  a .fr user sends a mail to use the second connector.

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Abbas Haidar earned 500 total points
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as far as I know this is not possible by design, on exchange 2003 it was possible.
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