relaying and routing

  • From: j.knijn@xxxxxxxxxxxx
  • To: exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 13 Mar 2006 01:41:46 -0700

Good morning,

I have two questions about the difference between Exchange 5.5 and
Exchange 2003.
1. In 5.5 there is a setting in the IMC-properties which makes it possible
to prevent relaying by adding ip-addresses which are allowed to send mail,
so all other ip-addresses are not allowed to send mail, that's good.
I wonder where the same setting is in Exchange 2003?
2. Also in the IMC-properties is a TAB about routing, that makes it
possible to configure inbound mail or send mail to a subdomain in another
Where is the same in Exchange 2003? Or is it just handled by DNS?

Thanks in advance.


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