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Send mail outside own domainname Exchange sbs 2011

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Hello,

Question, I have a company with a remote mail hosting.

This company uses a pop3 connector on the SBS 2011 to download mail for all the on-site users. At first some users that are NOT part of the Exchange box but have the same domain name couldn't receive any mails because the Exchange server couldn’t find any users with that e-mail address..
So I edited the "exepted domains" under "Hub transport" to "Internal relay domain" and it was fixed..
Now to complicate things, one user that HAS a Exchange account wants all the internal and external mail to end up in his Google Apps platform.

What is the best option to do this?
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 500 total points
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Where does email from the outside world come to initially?
If it is Google Apps then you could probably just setup a contact and then forward the email to that account. If it somewhere else then you might create a loop if you aren't careful.

Simon.
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by:Benderama
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The mails get sent to an external mailserver and gets downloaded using the sbs pop 3 connector.
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by:Simon Butler (Sembee)
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Where does Google Apps come in to it?
You can forward email out through Exchange, but the recipient domain is using any antispoofing technology then the email will be dropped by Google before it hits the mailbox - you cannot change that behaviour.

Simon.
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Ah woops, u can change it to A then, it seems I can't change this atm?
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