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routing with a shared namespace - 6.Jun.2007 10:42:29 AM   
beren

 

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Hi,
    we have deployed an Exchange 2007 server in our environment to test it out.  The server is using our main domain name as the primary email address, the same one used by our current Domino infrastructure.

Right now we created 8 accounts in Exchange, all with user@domain.com as their primary email address, with a user@exchange.domain.com alias added.

Everything works except one thing: If an Exchange user tries to send an email to a Domino user (userA@domain.com sends an email to userX@domain.com).

In this case, Exchange doesnt find a local userX, and returns a NDR to the sender.

What I would need here is to set Exchange in a way that if it doesnt find the recipient in his own local domain, route mail to a smart host.

Right now it's routing internet mail to a smart host already, but with recipients with @domain.com, it only tries to find a local match.

I read it was really easy in Exchange 2003 (only needed to check a checkbox), but I don't find how to do it in 2007.

Thanks for any kind of help.
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