routing mail with routing group
I am having problems routing mail within a routing group.. Any ideas
Perhaps you can be a bit more specific?
In general the Exchange servers should be able to communicatie with the
active directory/dns and with smtp to eachother. In case you are using an
internal firewall sometimes ports get blocked that are needed for the
communication such as smtp en the linkstate port (tcp 691).
"ricky" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I am having problems routing mail within a ...email routing
I am trying to send a press release to multiple newspapers. Can I send it one
time to multiple papers without each of them seeing the others that are
getting it? I am not referring to bcc's. When the email is received by each
paper in it would only show one paper in the To: line. Am I being clear. I
have a POP 3 using Outlook and I have Internet Explorer. Thanks
kiola <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I am trying to send a press release to multiple newspapers. Can I
> send it one time to multiple papers without each of them seeing the
> others ...routing
how to under VC 6.0 access windows routing table ?,
for example delete one route and add another.
What do you mean by routing table?
<email@example.com> wrote in message
> how to under VC 6.0 access windows routing table ?,
> for example delete one route and add another.
It can be read using WMI...long time back I read it in C# using WMI. So,
WMI is confirmed...but I don't know how to use WMI in VC++ :)
...Routing between 2 Routing Groups
I have an organizatiion with 3 exchange servers.
2 routing groups
RG1 has 2 servers
RG2 has 1 server
In RG1 Server 1 has a smtp connector for the organization, Server 2 is the
local bridgehead server to connect to RG2.
Every time users from RG1 on the server with the SMTP connector with mail to
be delivered to the server in RG2 the mail goes out to the internet instead
of thru the routing group connector. Is there a setting that will force
internal mail to go thru the connector.
Any help will be appreciated
Corporate has decided to go with a global email system.
Step 1: Corporate has setup an SMTP gateway to route all email destined for
firstname.lastname@example.org to the individual email servers.
Step 2: Corporate will begin handling all email - individual companies will
no longer handle their own servers.
I am having problems with step 1. My email server (E2K3) handles email for
abc.com. I have added @xyz.com to all AD accounts. I can send using
@xyz.com address but can not receive any email for xyz.com. Corporate states
that they are receiving email for email@example.com (which resides on my
s...Mail Routing Question.
I have an Exchange 2003 Server. My client would like for all mail to be sent
to the internet, no internal x400 mail. He wants this because he is away from
the office quuite a bit and syncs his phone with the ISP, receives all
external email, but none from his office. He does not have a compatible phone
yet for Exchange Activesync.
How would I set it up on the server to have all mail go through the
Internet. Thank you.
Your question is a little confusing please clarify. SMTP is native to
Exchange 2003 and while the X400 protocol is available by default it is not
used. If you set...Routings
Are routings mandatory when you use manufacturing? We use MO's, BOM's and
other fun stuff, but have no need for routings. Yet everytime we create an MO
for a new BOM we have to create/copy a routing. Its a pain since we don't
even use them. Can they be turned off so they are not required?
no, they are required. You can, however, make a simple single step router
with one step that says "make it" and copy that router to every manufactured
item. Once you assign the router to each item (and make it the primary
router for the item) it will be automatically copied to...Routing internet mail from routing group?
If someone has a spare moment, could you please confirm this response I
received from another newsgroup. Thanks.
Benoit, I appreciate your response.
I continue to have an argument with a colleague about this though.
What we both cannot understand is why, from Site B, mail bound for the
internet will not simply flow through the default SMTP virtual server? Does
the RGC take precedence? Or does the SMTP connector in the other site take
precedence because of it's global...Message routing within same routing group
I have the network configuration as follow:
Server A - Windows 2003 as DC & GC
Server B - Windows 2003 with Exchange 2003, which also a DC & GC
Server C - Windows NT with Exchange 5.5 (already down)
Server D - Windows 2003 with Exchange 2003, Member Server (new install)
from the first beginning, I have mirgrate my NT domain, Exchange 5.5 to 2003
domain with exchange 2003 on last year. due to hardware problem, my Exchange
5.5 (Server C)is down (which can not be back again) but the exchange 5.5
still exist at the administrative group of my Exchange 2003 site. since it
Just installed CRM 3.0 last week and have had to hard reboot the server
twice. It appears to be something with the MSCRMFaxRouterService. There is
no Event ID #. We have not used the fax module with CRM yet.
SBS Server 2003 with all the latest service packs and updates.
The following is the error message in the event
Event Type: Error
Event Source: MSCRMFaxRouterService
Event Category: None
Event ID: 0
Time: 2:40:13 AM
Microsoft.Crm.Tools.FaxConnectorService.FaxSinkServiceException: Failed to
ini...How to properly route Internet bound email?
Assuming that you had 3 - Exchange 2003 BackEnd mail servers and you wanted
to force all "Internet bound" email to semi-load balance through 2 - SPAM
filtering SMTP boxes. How would you do this?
Could you not set up a SMTP connector and then define the 2 SPAM filtering
SMTP boxes as Smart Hosts [SPAM1],[SPAM2]? If so, what would you need to
define as your required Bridgehead server?
Do you have a front-end server? I would create an SMTP Connector on the
front-end server; use the SMTP virtual servers on the front-end as the
bridgehead. Then config...Emailing Routing in Mixed Environment
We are setting up CRM 1.2 in a mixed NT4 (Exchange 5.5) and AD (Exchange
2003) environment. I need a little help setting up the email routing.
I set it up according to scenario 2 (page 72 of the Implementation Guide)
which involves a separate subdomain for the CRM Exchange server.
Here is the behavior as indicated on page 75:
In each of these scenarios, Microsoft CRM users and queues send messages
from the Exchange 2000 or Exchange 2003 server by using the Microsoft CRM
subdomain (firstname.lastname@example.org). Replies to these messages are
handled in one of two ways:
* If the reply ...Routing
Patrick R., I would like to thank you so much for your
help. It works great. I have another issue. On my exchange
5.5 box, (running on win 2000 server) I have
6 "domain.com's" in the Routing in the IMS with "Reroute
incoming SMTP mail (required for pop3/IMAP4 support)
In the Routing Restrictions I have "Hosts and Clients with
these IP addresses" selected, yet there nothing assigned
to the "IP address & Mask" under it. (a tip I got for
preventing relaying, and works great)
My question is. is there a configuration of the above...Email Routing
Our incomming emails are not being routed to CRM.
I read the troubleshooting tips given in previous postings.
Everything checks out except this:
When I access it through IE I don't get XML but an
internal server error.
The following works fine:
I'm going to try and re-register the dll as is indicated
but any tips are welcome.
...routing with Silverlight
can you say, how I can routing with Silverlight?
for example: access to google or bing with the postal adress and then
routing to many adresses.
is this possible? How?
Thanks for the infos.
"Thomas" <Thomas@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> can you say, how I can routing with Silverlight?
> for example: access to google or bing with the postal adress and then
> routing to many adresses.
> is this possible? How?
> Thanks for the infos.
I for one do not under...Mail Routing
I have an exchange 5.5 server SP4 running on NT4. I also
have an exchange 2003 server on Windows 2003 server. My
exchange 5.5 server is responsible for handling mail to
the company.com domain. I have setup an MX record for
lab.company.com to go the the new exchange 2003 server
for testing. The exchange 2003 server is sending and
receiving mail fine. The only problem is that the
exchange 5.5 server won't send mail to it. The messages
get stuck in the queue with a status of "host
unreachable". Is this because company.com is part of the
lab.company.com destination? ...Routing all mail through a spam appliance?
Currently we run one Exchange 2003 server with virus protection and spam
filtering directly on the Exchange server. We are interested in getting a
spam/virus appliance such as a Barracuda unit that will do all the filtering
and then we can remove the software off the server. One issue we are having
is we want to have that appliance filter all mail, both internal and
external. Is there a way to route all mail (internal & external) through the
appliance? If so is this an OK way to do it?
I dont see anyway of filtering internal mail if the appliance is separate
from ...IMS Routing question Exchange 5.5
Anyone got any thoughts on this issue?
I work for Siemens and every Siemens employee has a @siemens.com address.
Our Exchange servers are not tied together either. So when a generic smtp
process from our company needs to send a email to a external @siemens.com
address, it will get a undeliverable because its trying to route that back
into our server. I dont know how to make it try the inside then route to
inside if it doesnt find the match in our GAL. Anyone got any suggestions?
Tie the servers together.
On Tue, 5 Apr 2005 06:07:04 -0700, Jerry Farkas
HI All was wondering if anyone knows if I can rout all email coming from one
email address ie email@example.com to one recepient in my organisation
running exchange 2003
I don't know of any way to make Exchange do this out of the box (maybe I
have been up too long today). You could probably write an SMTP event sink
that would do this. KB article http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=324021
talks about how to create a "catch-all" event sink. If you have some
experience with scripting, you could re-write this to do what you want to
do. One third party that I have use...RE: Message Routing
In exchange 5.5 I could route all of my outgoing email to an external smtp
server, rather than have the exchange server making the connection to the
mail servers for each email going out.
Can I still route my email through our external smtp server via one of the
accounts on that smtp server?
If So how?
I have some email servers refusing delivery from my exchange 2003 server
because it is a local exchange server and not publicly listed.
You can send using a non-Exchange smtp host - insert that as a smarthost on
SMTP Connector for address-space * (create it if you ...OWA, Front end server and two routing groups
I have three Exchange 2003 servers, one of them being Front end server in
First routing group. Two other servers are Back end servers, one in First
routing group, another in Second routing group. I have Routing group
connector between those two routing groups so mail goes from on Back end
server to another Back end server just fine. And I have one SMTP Connector to
direct all outbound mail through Front end server.
But I am having problem with OWA. I installed SSL on Front end server and
users with mailbox on Back end server in First storage group can successfully
connect. On t...E2K7: routing group connector not included in routing configuration
I have two E2K7 sites in coexistence setup with E2K3 which are
directly linked with a sitelink.
Site1 contains 1 hubtransport (UTCS121T71) and a routing group
connector to E2K3 which is created using the following CMDLET
New-RoutingGroupConnector -Name "UTC Connection" -
SourceTransportServers "UTCS121T71.eu.test.com" -
"LONS121T01.eu.test.com","ZSTS121T01.eu.test.com" -Cost 10 -
BiDirectional $true -PublicFolderReferralsEnabled $true
Site 2 contains 2 hubtransports (NYCS121T71, NYCS121T72) and no
routing group connec...Email router dont route Internal Email..
so its a complement from my previous post.. In fact, the router works with
SMTP Mail but doesnt work with internal exchange email..
Someone have an idea if is it normal or if exist specific configruation.. ?
Its a known issue. The only way round it that we have found so far is to
place your CRM application in a sub (Child) domain, with your exchange
server in the parent domian. If anyone else has another suggestion I would
be interested as well.
"Cbu" <cboisseau *AT* psengineering.com> wrote in message
I need some help on getting a routing slip to work
correctly. I made a template to use in my office, and it
routes fine, but the routing status is sent to my email
address instead of to the originators. I have tried
saving it as a template and that doesn't seem to solve the
problem. Any other advice would be greatly appreciated!
this does not sound like a MS Excel question?
"Amanda" <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> I need some help on getti...Trouble routing mail between 2 exc servers in the same routing gro
I have seen posts treating a similar problem but none seem to help so far.
I have 2 exchange servers in a well connected routing group.
The master server is Exchange 2K (latest SP) nad the member server is
Mail sent from the member server to anywhere gets delivered allright. But
mail sent to the member server gets stuck in the queue of the master server
(the queue towards the member server ) since it first receives the mail for
the routing group. The Exchange System Manager reports that "the remote
server did not respond to a connection attempt." but I have...