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authoritative domain. - 3.Sep.2009 8:32:46 AM   
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I want to add Gmail as an authoritative domain on my 07 server.

Currently I have gmail.com, google.com, and googlemail.com all set as accpeted Domains typed Authoritative. On the Organizational Configuration >> Hub Transport >> Accepted Domains tab.

I think I might be blocking it because I don't have gmail's IP addresses set in the receive connector.

Anyone out there ever configure Gmail to forward you E-mail like this with 07? ?
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RE: authoritative domain. - 3.Sep.2009 11:10:57 AM   
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WHAT?????!!!! You are setting those domains as accepted domains in your exchange organization??? You know what that means?!! Basically what you are telling your exchange environment is that your organization is responsible for accepting email messages for those domains, which is not the case! When you do this, if anyone in your company sends an email to any of those domains, it will never leave your exchange servers because they are already responsible for those domains, and if the email address does not exist, the sender will get a bounceback!

What is the problem you are having?? Lets start from there...

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RE: authoritative domain. - 3.Sep.2009 11:31:58 AM   
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Thanks for the heads up.

I would like to receive E-mail directly forwarded from gmail to my exchange server.

mail going to me@gmail.com set to forward to me@ex07.organization.org

On my Receive connector for Exchange 07 how do I allow E-mail to come from gmail's mail servers?

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RE: authoritative domain. - 3.Sep.2009 12:06:31 PM   
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You dont need to do anything extra! As long as you are receiving emails from the internet now then you should have no issues. At the moment can you receive emails from gmail??

All you have to do is configure the gmail accounts to forward mail to your exchange organization's email address!

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RE: authoritative domain. - 3.Sep.2009 1:21:23 PM   
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The idea is to take advantage of Googles spam filtering. If I accept E-mails from all IP's I get floods of spam very fast. I want the server to only accept E-mail from Gmail. 

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