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Hi,

Guys I need your suggestion/help regarding my issue.

Here is the Scenario:

My client using POP3 services from their parent company but they want exchange server so I deploy SBS11 with the same domain name (abc.com). I configure “POPcon™ Exchange POP3 Connector” to connect Exchange server to their internet mailboxes.Everything is working fine but I have one issue.

For example:
shoaib@abc.com is user of SBS11 (Mailbox) and parent company (POP3 account).
paul@abc.com is a user of parent company (POP3 account) but NO mailbox on SBS11.  

Now the situation is when I am going to send an email from Shoaib to Paul, exchange server try to find the mailbox within database but obviously there is no mailbox for Paul so I receive the NDR (The e-mail address you entered couldn't be found)

My Question is how I can tell the exchange server to first check mailbox in exchange server database if there is no mailbox related to email address than transfer that email to internet.

I think I need to create another send connector or something but I have no idea how to achieve this. Can anyone help me to resolve this problem?

Thanks
Shoaib Nawaz
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by:imkottees
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Hi,

You are not supposed to have same domain name for both.

If they are separate domain name, you can create a send connector which is pointing to your partner HUB server (you should have communication though).
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by:Geforce
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Hello,

Thanks for the reply but in my case domain name is same for both.
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by:imkottees
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are those both domains published in internet?

what about the MX record?

Do you have trust between your and your partner domain?
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Hi,

Finally I found the solution and It's really easy.. :)
Please review below link, It works like a charm for me. Thanks guys for your support and suggestion.
Solution: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb676395(v=exchg.141).aspx

¿Shoaib Nawaz
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by:Geforce
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I found the solution by myself.
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