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exchange server 2007 make 2 send connector RRS feed

  • Question

  • I am new on the exchange server.

    I have more than one e-mail on the exchange server and one send connector with the smtp with gmail.

    I need to add another connector and connect some mails to send by this connector, so how can I do that in the exchange server 2007?

    I already know how to add a new sender connector but how can I connect some e-mails with new send connector?

    Sunday, February 23, 2014 2:47 PM

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  • Assuming you're attempting to send mail for one local domain via one connector and mail for a different local domain via a second connector then that's fairly simple. I don't think you can configure send connectors on a per user basis, only domain.

    Within the send connector the two key bits are the Address Space and Network Settings. In your new send connector, configure Address Space to be the domain that you want to be sent using that send connector (you can add multiple domains), and then in Network configure it with how you want those messages to be delivered.

    If you have more than 2 domains configured on your Exchange server you can leave whichever is effectively the default with an address space of *. Exchange will only use that connector if it doesn't find a matching address space in one of the other connectors.

    Sunday, February 23, 2014 3:20 PM
  • I'm trying to set up multiple send connectors.

    One connector will send e-mail user to a smarthost, and another connector will send e-mail user using DNS/MX Records.

    When I have one send connector using the * SMTP namespace all email flows properly.

    I need some e-mail flows another send connector.

    Monday, February 24, 2014 11:51 AM
  • The question remains, are you trying to set things up to send via different routes for different domains, or different users within a domain?

    Eg, if you're trying to send mail for everyone @mydomain.com via one route, and everyone @myseconddomain.com via a different route then you can use the above method.

    If you're trying to send different users via different routes, eg bob@mydomain.com one way, and andy@mydomain.com via a different smarthost, then it's not possible using a smarthost.

    It is possible to do it via a custom routing agent though. Not something I've done myself so can't comment on how easy it is, but there's various information bits of info on the process http://blogs.technet.com/b/appssrv/archive/2009/08/26/how-to-control-routing-from-your-own-routing-agent.aspx and http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/b2c76623-b5ee-457b-9d43-283993075974/defining-send-connector-permissions-in-exchange-07-sender-based-routing?forum=exchangesvrdeploylegacy and another option is a 3rd party tool which will do it for you like this one http://www.servolutions.com/multisendcon.htm (though you obviously have to pay for it).

    Monday, February 24, 2014 12:45 PM