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Coexistence between Exchange forests (without trusts…) -- Part 4: Preparing the US Exchange 2010 environment

Create receive connector

Step 1: Open the exchange management console

Step 2: Click on Hub Transport under Server Configuration

Step 3: In the Actions pane click on New Receive Connector

Step 4: In the Introduction page, under Name, enter a name for the receive connector. From the drop down box under Select the intended use for this receive connector, select Internal. Click next.
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Step 5: On the Remote Network Settings page, remove the default remote IP addresses and enter the IP address of the server(s) in the remote domain. Click Next.
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Step 6: On the New Connector page, click New.

Step 7: On the Completion page, click Finish.

Step 8: Right click the newly created connector and select properties.

Step 9: Click the Permission Groups tab.
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Step 10: Tick the box next to Anonymous Users on the permission groups tab and click Apply and OK.
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Note: Repeat this step for every server who will be receiving SMTP traffic from the other organization.

Create a send connector

Step 1: Open the exchange management console

Step 2: Click on Hub Transport under Organization Configuration

Step 3: Click on the Send Connectors Tab

Step 4: In the Actions pane click on New Send Connector

Step 5: Enter a name for the send connector. From the drop down menu under Select the intended use for this Send connector select Internal.

Step 6: In the address space pane, click on Add.

Step 7: In the SMTP Address Space window, under Address, enter the domain name for the organization mail will be routed to. Enter a cost for the send connector if applicable.

Step 8: In the network setting page, select Route mail through the following smart hosts and click Add

Step 9: In the Add smart host window, enter the IP address of the HUB transport server in the organization you will be routing the mail to and click ok.

Note: It is recommended to add multiple HUB servers in this field (if available) for redundancy.

Step 10: Click Next.

Step 11: Leave the authentication settings on their defaults. Click Next.

Step 12: In the Source server page, verify the defaults and click Next.

Note: It is recommended to add multiple source servers here (if available) for redundancy.

Step 13: In the New Connector window click New.

Step 14: In the Completion window review the results and click Finish.

 

Change accepted domain to internal relay

Step 1: Open the exchange management console.

Step 2: Click on Hub Transport under Organization Configuration.

Step 3: Click on the Accepted Domains tab.

Step 4: Right click the domain that needs to be changed and select properties.
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Step 5: On the Properties tab, select the radio button for Internal Relay Domain.
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Step 6: On the Properties tab, click OK.

 

Add internal relay domain for uk.sutherland.com

Step 1: Open the exchange management console

Step 2: Click on Accepted Domains under Organization Configuration

Step 3: In the Actions pane click on New Accepted Domain

Step 4: On the New accepted domain page, enter a name and the accepted domain (for example: contoso.com). Tick the radio button for Internal Relay.
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Step 5: Click New.

 

External domain preparations

1.1.2.1 Create MX record for uk.toasterlabs.com

Not documented

 

Create external DNS records for uk.toasterlabs.com (autodiscover & mail)

Not documented

 

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