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Hello Team,

There is one intresting question about Mial flow. can any body explain the mail flow to the destination

two different sites in one site..exchange 2013 and other is exchange 2010

Now tell the services and behind the scene flow when A user on exchange 2010 send an email to B user on exchange 2013

Thanks,
Andy
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by:Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy
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It's all done with bunny rabbits and magic.
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can you suggest.. what would be the mail flow in term of services being used
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by:Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy
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But seriously -- there is no single answer for this because it all depends on how the environments are configured -- ie, whether or not there is an Edge Transport server, or a 3rd-party mail filter, etc.
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by:Addy Nadia
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i have a Mail marshall configured..
jst leave the smart host or gateway.. i jst want to knw in terms of exchange only

between two different sites
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by:Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy
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Here's a good visual of how it works -- the related services are listed there as well:

Mail Flow Topology
Reference:  https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/ptsblog/2013/08/13/office-365-mail-flow-troubleshooter/
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i have a Mail marshall configured..
jst leave the smart host or gateway.. i jst want to knw in terms of exchange only

between two different sites

Now that should have been your question to begin with!

Why don't you just follow their documentation?
https://www3.trustwave.com/support/kb/KnowledgebaseArticle11972.aspx
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by:Addy Nadia
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Sir you are not taking my question correctly
i understand this mail flow
i want to knw what services being used email get sent from one exchange environment to another exchange environment.. in same organization. But exchange version is different

this has been interviewed by Microsoft.. so exckude the smart host. jst confirm how the mail flows
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Ok, you need to be clearer in your question if you want me to understand it.  

But as I said originally, I cannot confirm how the mail flows if I don't know the full topology.  I can tell you for sure that all mail flows using SMTP, but it could also involve the transport service, the front end transport service, or the mailbox transport submission service.

Your question is way too vague to be able to provide an exact answer.
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by:Addy Nadia
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can anyone tell me ,m how the mail flows from exchange 2010 to exchange 2013 user

Thanks,
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 500 total points
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You are still being vague.

If you have two Exchange servers in the same org, then Exchange will send the email directly. The smart host is not used. It is sent from the mailbox to the hub transport role, then passed between the servers to the closest hub transport, before being delivered to the mailbox where the recipient is located.

That is it. The fact that it is two different versions of Exchange makes no difference - the flow hasn't changed since 2007.
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thnx
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Simon -- don't forget about the bunny rabbits and magic!
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by:Addy Nadia
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Jeffrey, i am didnt getting your comment, ???

i simply take the suggestion on the mail flow..
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It was a joke.
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