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Topic # 150704 31-Jul-2014 12:08
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Hi,

I am posting here for some advice please.

We have just migrated a customer's in-house SBS Exchange 2007 to OneNet but have had to keep one email domain in-house for now (don't ask).

How can I configure their Exchange server to send email to the newly created external OneNet mailboxes from that one in-house email domain? At the moment it appears to just want to route internally (to the old, in-house mailboxes) as it has always done in the past.

I'm thinking something via Exchange Console -> Hub Transport -> Organisation -> Send Connectors - SMTP?

Thanks,
Peter




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  Reply # 1099251 31-Jul-2014 13:07
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Just to confirm, do you mean one domain companya.com has been outsourced but a second domain name companyb.net is being kept in-house?




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  Reply # 1099257 31-Jul-2014 13:18
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Hi,

Yes, this particular company has a number of email domains, all will eventually be moved to the cloud but we have been forced to leave one on-premise for now.

I want to be able to setup Exchange so email from the users of the single on-premise domain can email to the hosted domains. At the moment, when I email from the on-premise it tries to deliver to the (old) on-premise mailboxes and not the cloud ones.

Hope this makes sense.

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  Reply # 1099260 31-Jul-2014 13:22
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Is it not as simple as removing the Accepted Domain entry for the other domain names?

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa996910(v=exchg.80).aspx 




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  Reply # 1099372 31-Jul-2014 15:01
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yeah I agree. If your Exchange server currently has in accepted domains both domainA and domainB then email will never leave the Exchange server for domainB. Take it out of accepted domains and get it routed out to the internet where it should get delivered in the way you want as long as you have MX records setup correctly.




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  Reply # 1101254 3-Aug-2014 19:30
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+1 to all the above. If you run into any difficulty you can always contact our service desk.

They can jump into a remote session with you and double check it's ok :)

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