Specify Connected Routing Groups
for SMTP and X.400 Connectors
At any time, you can add, modify, or remove Exchange routing
groups that are connected to your routing group with an SMTP or
X.400 connector. All connected routing groups must be in the same
organization. Each connected routing group is specified by an
administrative group name and a routing group name on the remote
server. The remote server must be an Exchange server, so that the
naming conventions are known. You can specify several connected
domains for each SMTP or X.400 connector.
To specify connected routing groups for SMTP and X.400
Right-click a connector, and then click Properties.
Click the Connected Routing Groups tab.
To remove a connected routing group, select it in the list, and
then click Remove.
To change a connected routing group, the routing group's
address, or its connection cost, select the routing group in the
list, and then click Modify. In the Properties dialog
box that appears, on the General tab, select a Routing
Group to connect to from the list of available routing groups
in the organization. Routing groups are identified by
administrative group name and a routing group name. On the
Routing Address tab, modify the SMTP or X.400 address properties or the
To add a connected routing group, click Add. In the
Properties dialog box that appears, on the General
tab, select a Routing Group to connect to from the list of
available routing groups in the organization. Routing groups are
identified by administrative group name and a routing group name. A
default address for the routing group is calculated automatically.
To change this address, on the Routing Address tab, for an
SMTP connector, type the E-mail domain and Cost. The
e-mail domain name is 1 to 255 characters, composed of the host
name and Internet domain name, for example, nwtraders.com.
The recipient and domain name are separated by an at (@) sign, for
example, firstname.lastname@example.org. For an X.400 connector, type
any of the following: Organization (o) name,
Organizational unit (ou) name, Private management domain
name (p), Administrative management domain name (a), and
select a Country/Region (c) from the drop down list. When
you are done, your X.400 address space might look like this:
p=Microsoft;o=NorthAmerica;a=mycarrier;c=US. For either type of
connector, enter a cost value between 1 and 100. The default cost