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Exchange 2010: Specific Send Connectors for Specific Domains

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Hello,

I have an Exchange 2010 environment with two accepted domains.  I would like to be able to route outbound emails for abc.com to one send connector and emails for 123.com to the other.  I have attempted to set up the address space on the send connectors then sent test emails and checked the Exchange logs; all emails are going through only one connector.

Please can you advise as to the "best practice" for this setup and where I've gone wrong?

Many thanks!
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The referenced EE question is technically correct.  Exchange cannot do this.  However there are third party apps that can, and they work pretty well.

I use ExSBR, or Sender Based Routing for Exchange:  http://www.messageconcept.net/en/products/exsbr/  Very easy to install and configure.

I use it to route different domains to different stackon services like encryption and journaling.
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