Separate Send connector for one from domain


I have exchange 2010 with 5 domains configured as authoritative. All outgoing mails are going through a send connector which is pointing to a host (postini). Now I want to send one internal domains mail through another hosted service (trendmicro). Means any mail from * shoudh go through trend connector and all other mails must go through postini connector.

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Adam FarageSr. Enterprise ArchitectCommented:
Here you go, in my trusty OneNote file:

This should walk you through the exact steps.
kolathaya123Author Commented:
Hi Evrydayz,

This is to create separate send connector for specific recipient domain. But I want to create a send connector for sending domain. any mail from to any other domains it should go through trend micro connector?

Neil RussellTechnical Development LeadCommented:
Sorry to tell you but it is impossible. Exchange does not give you the possibility to do this.

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