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Email routing between two different Exchange 2003 (on SBS 2003) servers?

By john ·
We have two unconnected SBS 2003 servers at two different locations. Server #1 handles email for "domain.com". It has 10 CALs and currently has 9 users. Server #2 handles email for "otherdomain.com". It has 10 CALs and currently has 10 different users. I am being told to have server #1 handle the email for both domains. The obvious way to do this would be to just create accounts for the additional users and have them access Server #1 with Outlook over HTTP. But I'm thinking I probably will have a licensing problem on Server #1. Server #2 is still going to be used (just not Exchange) so I can't move those CALs over. Any thoughts on how to do this? Is there a better way to do this with Exchange Routing Groups? (the connection between the two servers is over the internet)

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if you were running Exchange 2007 on SBS 2003

by CG IT In reply to Email routing between two ...

you could use the hub transport

but without Exchange 2007 your only option I believe is relaying and using POP3.

http://blogs.technet.com/sbs/archive/2008/09/25/how-to-configure-non-authoritative-accepted-domains-in-sbs-2008-exchange-2007.aspx

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I don't think you can run Exchange 2007 on 2003 SBS

by OH Smeg In reply to if you were running Excha ...

As the Exchange 2007 is a 64 Bit application and the 2003 SBS is a 32 Bit OS.

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