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Exchange Send Connector

I have an Exchange 2010 SP3 environment hosting several  domains.  All outbound internet mail is routed through a send connector pointing to our SPAM/Maleware provider.  Two of the domains we have I need to migrate to a different provider to route mail through.  Is this even possible natively in Exchange?  Everything I know about send connectors tell s me this sin't possible.  I don't know if there are third party solutions available to accomplish this goal.
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AmitIT ArchitectCommented:
That's possible. In new send connector. Address space tab, rather giving *, give the domain name. *@domain.com or domain.com. Cost 1
georgedschneiderAuthor Commented:
This would work only for a specific recipient domain.  What i'm trying to accomplish is every external sent message from a specific internal domain outbound.
Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
Natively it isn't possible. You are talking about sender based routing.
There is a third party transport agent that can do Sender Based Routing - I haven't used it so cannot comment on whether it works or not.


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