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Topic # 33188 2-May-2009 11:10
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I've been playing (successfully) with exchange at home to store all my emails.

I'm using two accounts and these are successfully being retrieved from the Domainemail system.

However i do have one address (my wifes) that I'm not quite ready to move into exchange.  But when i send her an email exchange grabs it (because of the domain name) and says that the address doesn't exist (which is correct, cos I haven't added it).

Does anyone know how i can exclude her address from being trapped by exchange and sent out directly over the internet??

I'm using exchange 2007.

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  Reply # 211705 2-May-2009 16:05
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Set the accepted domain as non-authoritative. It will then route any messages it doesn't know about as it would for other domains. To be safe though, you should create a send-connector for the namespace, and configure the send connector to deliver the mail directly to the mail servers that do handle the domain.

The default accepted domain must be authoritative, so if you don't have it there already, add the windows domain (something like @.local) as the default accepted domain.


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