Connectors are used to create paths for messages. These paths
are called address spaces. Exchange uses address spaces and
recipient address information to route messages between servers in
When you configure an SMTP or X.400 connector, you must define either one address space or one connected domain. The address spaces you define determine which messages are routed through a connector. Recipient addresses are matched to an address space to determine which connector is used. The following table contains examples.
|Address Type||Full Address||Address Space|
You can create addressing information by using address templates. Address templates are visual guides for creating address spaces that are associated with connectors. You can access address templates through the Recipients container in Address Templates. Select the appropriate language, and then select the address type. Address templates are provided with Exchange for the following address types:
Related TopicsAddress Space Configuration