I'm specifically talking about email traffic for this question.
Email from remote domains follow this track:
Remote Domain-->Fortigate Firewall-->Fortimail Filter Device-->Exchange 2007 Server-->End User's Outlook mailbox
We allow our own end users (when away from our network) to access their email via Outlook Web Access. If they create a New Message, Reply, Send, Forward, etc., that traffic must also pass through our Exchange Server for delivery to an internal email account or to an account at a remote domain. However, this Outlook Web Access traffic passes through port 443 to get to the Exchange Server and follows this track:
OWA-->Fortigate (443)-->Exchange Server-->Internal User's Outlook mailbox. . . . . or,
OWA-->Fortigate (443)-->Exchange Server-->Fortigate-->Remote Domain End User's mailbox.
In the two cases mentioned just above, the email is NOT being examined by the Fortimail device and I want that to happen. I'm sure I must create a SEND CONNECTOR on the Exchange Server that would pass the OWA traffic to the Fortimail device; which, in turn, would then send the email to the desired destination via the Fortigate.
I need some indepth help on creating this connector so that everything works.