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Forward Exchange domain to external server

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I have a SBS 2011 STD server running exchange 2010 , I setup an accepted domain in the server that I need to forward to a mail server outside the network.  


I setup the accepted domain  as a external relay domain and setup the SMTP receiver for it.  

The problem im having is when people inside the the SBS network send to the domain that i forwarded , it just goes to the SBS server and not the external server i set it forward to.
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by:Rajitha Chimmani
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If you want to route the email for a different SMTP host, you must create a send connector along with accepted domain.
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Hey Rajitha ,   i have a second receive connector setup I believe correctly.  It still sends to an internal mail server as opposed to the external server i need it to go to
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by:TechGuy_007
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i meant send connector , sorry
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You must specify the external server as next hop server in the send connector if you wish to send emails to that domain.
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