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Best practice for forwarding email? - 27.May2004 10:46:00 AM   
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We currently have a e2k server doing all our email. This includes emails that forwarding to other sites and services that take up large amounts of bandwidth. We want to limit our bandwidth usage in the office so we decided to setup an Exchange 2003 Server in colocation, but on the same domain. The idea was that our mx records would point to the new server in colo and this would handle all our mail. My question is as follows:

1. What is the best way of forwarding only the relevant mail to our e2k server in the office, and continue to forward other mail to other sites and services? Should I setup users on the e23k server and forward these to the users on the e2k server? Is there a better way?

I hope this makes sense "[Smile]"

Thanks for any advice

Stuart
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