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1 8th April 08:16
test
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Default Mail flow in Exchange 2003


Hi,

My company has a headquarters in TO with 25 users and remote offices in
Vancouver and Caribbean with about 10 users each. We are moving to a single
domain, single AD site, and single Exchange site for all offices. The
remote users would be connected over a WAN link and retrieve e-mail, files,
etc. from the main office. Each office would have its own DC and Exchange
2003 server.

Questions
What is the best way to configure Routing Groups in this environment.
How would I configure Exchange to allow retrieval of mail for the users in
the enviroment (each site is sharing the same SMTP address on all Exchange
systems).
How would Exchange need to be configured to allow intenal users to send mail
to each other without causing the mail to bounce between systems.

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2 8th April 08:16
al mulnick
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Default Mail flow in Exchange 2003


That's a bit confusing. Which is it? Remote via WAN link or remote to the
remote office? Or remote from the remote office to the CO to the remote
site?


"The remote users would be connected over a WAN link and retrieve e-mail,
files,
etc. from the main office. Each office would have its own DC and Exchange
2003 server."

RG's typically are set up as router boundaries.

"How would I configure Exchange to allow retrieval of mail for the users in


You don't make changes to the routing etc for Exchange. Everyone in the
same org can have the domain for SMTP addresses. It's a feature of the
product. Exchange knows how to route when it gets setup. RG's can also be
defined to control WAN traffic.

Al
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