Send Connectors Exchange 2010
Setup send connectors for Exchange 2010
- Open the Exchange Management Console on a computer that has the Hub Transport server role.
- In the console tree, expand Organization Configuration, select Hub Transport, and then click the Send Connectors tab in the work pane.
- In the action pane, click New Send Connector.
- On the Introduction page, type a name for the connector in the Name field.
- In the Select the intended use for this connector field, click Custom.
- On the Address space page, click Add.
- In the SMTP Address Space dialog box, specify the address to which you want to route the mail. To do this, enter the recipient’s domain name under Address space. to For example, enter contoso.com.
- On the Network Settings page, select Route mail through the following smart hosts, and then click Add.
- In the Add smart host dialog box, enter the FQDN of the smart host that you want to use to route mail to the recipient’s domain. For example, to send connector to route mail to the contoso.com domain, use the smart host for contoso.com.
- Click OK.
- On the “Configure smart host authentication settings” page, select the method that’s used to authenticate to the smart host. By default, no authentication is used. To configure the smart host authentication settings, click Change, and then specify one of the following options in the window that opens:
- Click Next.
- On the Source Server page, select the Hub transport server that you are working on. To use a different Hub Transport server, click Add, and then select the Hub Transport servers that you want in the Select Hub Transport or Subscribed Edge Transport Server dialog box.
- To create the Send connector, click New.
Repeat these steps for each new Send connector. Make sure that you specify a different recipient domain name on the “Address space” page for each dedicated Send connector for which you want to configure conditional forwarding.
The resulting filter should resemble the below: