Messages that pass through the Notes connector must have the
correct address space so that they can be routed
to the correct destination in Notes. The address space specifies
which messages bound for the Notes system are accepted and routed
by the connector.
This option designates who the connector
accepts messages from. You can enter an asterisk (*) to allow all
users in the connected Exchange organization to send messages to
users on the Notes system. If you want only a specific group to use the connector, enter the display
name of the group.
This option specifies a routing metric that
indicates the relative "cost" of using a particular connector to
send messages. The cost determines the preferred route for a
message among multiple routes. Lower-cost routes take precedence
over higher-cost routes. To balance the message load across
multiple connectors, assign the same cost to each connector. The
range is 0 to 100; the default is 1.
Scope defines the connector's visibility
within the Exchange organization (that is, whether an Exchange
server can "see," and therefore route messages through, the
connector). By default, the connector is visible to all servers
within the entire Exchange organization.