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Exchange 2010 - send 2 internal domains through 2 different relay mail servers

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Hi experts

With exchange 2010, i have 2 different domains published in internet and also i have 2 different relay servers for antispam and other things (pineapp1 & pineapp2).

Now i have an internet send connector in exchange and all the emails are sending through pinapp1.

Is it possible to send emails from the domain1.com to pineapp1 and send emails from the domain2.com to pineapp2?

Thanks in advance.
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hello

In Exchange 2010, during routing/delivery, the "Send connector" selection is done with criteria based on the "Remote SMTP domain" (the recipient address's SMTP suffix), not on the source (sender ) SMTP domain.
To achieve your goal, you need more features/functions on the mail flow processing than Exchange 2010 provides in default.

So I don't see how to "segregate" easyly the flow of sent emails based on the "sender" email. Probably you could do it with additionnal solutions (as an Exchange Edge server or a third party smtp routing system.)
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