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Exchange SErver 2010 and Outgoing relay connector

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I currently have 1 exchange server 2010 working. I would like to have a group that I add users in Active Directory to only use a defined specific outgoing relay for secure emailing. I do not want everyone, just certain users in our organization. My understanding is I need to create a relay specifically for a Active Directory group. I'm not sure on what the processes would need to be done on our Exchange or AD server. Thanks
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what you are looking for is called sender based routing
you can try this article
http://www.tuescher.net/Exchange-Sender-Based-Routing/simple.html
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OK, I tried following this article and was able to create a Distribution Group in AD, I also create another Send Connector and have that routing to a smart host 2.2.2.2 I'm trying to create a transport rule, however when I create a new transport rule condition "from a member of a distribution list" and select created AD group. On the Actions I don't see any action that applies to what I'm trying to do and it won't let me get any further.
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what action you are looking for ?

this is exchange powershell ...
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I created the send and transport connector and defined thru rules to use member from a Distribution list in AD that I have created and defined only me email address for, however I don't believe it's sending out that connector
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can you share the command you actually run ?
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I used the new connection wizard. I was able on the transport rule to CC a user email address and it does send an email, however it does not go thru the send connector I created. Not sure how to define the Distribution list to use that send connector only.
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I tried downloading the RouteBySender, however that also did not appear to send out properly. I've read exchange can not do it you need a third party software to allow this. I'm not sure if this is really true.
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mostly true.
route by sender always required 3rd party software  or code (or hub transport agent)
http://www.tuescher.net/Exchange-Sender-Based-Routing/compile.html
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