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Exchange sites-Address Space

By eranf ·
Suppose I have 2 connected Exchange sites(A and B) within the same organization. The MX record for the domain: is pointing to server A1 in site A. Therefore server A1 will receive all the incoming SMTP mail from the internet.

All the company world wide employees use the email format:
By default, on the Mail Service connector the SMTP addresses are and . (Yet only the format is publicly known)

1. How does server A1 knows to route an incoming SMTP email message when the recipient's mail bob located on server B2? (example: the email for will arrive first to server A1)

2. How do I need to reconfigurethe SMTP Address Space?

Thanks in advance

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by Gene Pinson In reply to Exchange sites-Address Sp ...

Off the Routing Tab of of the Internet Mail connector you can specify the domains to accept and route internally if you have a trust relation existing between the two sights.

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I got the same problem any thoughts?

by GunnerSixz In reply to

exchange Server A has all the incoming E-mail, exchange server B is a member server in a remote site but it is part of the same domain. How do I route mail from A to B? where the mailboxes reside in B?

Please help

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