Configuring Message Routing

SMTP Connector

An SMTP connector can be used to connect computers running Exchange 2000 Server; computers running earlier versions of Exchange; other SMTP-compatible messaging systems, such as the UNIX sendmail daemon; or SMTP hosts on the Internet. Although a Routing Group connector is preferred, an SMTP connector can also be used to connect routing groups within native-mode or mixed-mode Exchange 2000 topologies.

An SMTP connector is analogous to Internet Mail Service, which is found in previous versions of Exchange. Although Routing Group connectors are easier to configure, an SMTP connector offers the following capabilities that are not available with a Routing Group connector:

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