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How to get Exchange 2010  to forward emails to the sub domain

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Hello All,

Our Source management system Platforms have the need to receive Emails in the form XXXXX@abc.test.com   are sub domains form test.com domain.

The receiving email addresses are dynamically created inside this systems

So Fowrwarding to a SMTP host on those subdomains is sufficient.

The issues are so far:

How to get Exchange 2010  to forward those emails to the sub domain?

Appreciate your reply.

Thanks, Umesh
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Hello,

Under Organization Configuration - Hub transport, create a new Send Connector. In the Name field type whatever you want. Make sure Custom is selected in the drop-down and click Next. Click add and type abc.test.com in the address space field. Click OK. Click Next then select "Route mail through the following smart hosts." Add the smarthost you want to use. Click Next. Add your Hub transport servers and click Next. Click New to finish.

Now, if you want your Exchange server to accept email from external sources and relay, you need to do the following:

Under Organization Configuration - Hub transport, create a new Accepted Domain. Name it whatever you want and type abc.test.com in the accepted domain field. Select External Relay domain and click New.

-JJ
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