Re: Internal / External Domains

  • From: Chris Wall <Chris.Wall@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "'exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 19 Feb 2005 22:23:19 -0500

You day that the end uders PC's are using SMTP settings for mail delivery...
Are these settings pointing to an SMTP relay server in your domain?  I would
assume that this is the case.  If so, how is the SMTP server setup?  

Regardless, I would recommend that you point the MAPI clients to relay off
of an Exchange 2000 SMTP server.  

More info on your setup is needed to help out...

Chris Wall
NAM Sr. Exchange Administrator
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-----Original Message-----
From: Duke <duke@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: [ExchangeList] <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sun Feb 20 07:54:09 2005
Subject: [exchangelist] Re: Internal / External Domains

Maybe 3rd time lucky.

Hi All,

We have just taken over from another company who had a practise of 
separating the internal domain names from the external ones.
They have put in exchange servers for some of their clients with the
following configs.

Company 1
Internal domain name =
External domain name =

Company 2
Internal =
External =

etc, etc.

They use exchange for purely Internal communication via Outlook Express 
and have set up POP and SMTP in Outlook for external emails. Said to do with

How can we set up exchange server to also do the external mail handling. 
They all running E2K on W2k Servers.
Changing the internal domain names is not an option.



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