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    Exchange again.... .local to .com

    Hi,

    For some reason our users cant send outgoing mail - well it's temperamental.

    I have looked at the send connectors in Hub Transport and In the properties and we have 2 address spaces where our mail is routed one is * and one is our .com both as SMTP and a cost of 1.

    Our accepted domains has our .com and .local and the .local is set to default true, so what we would like to accomplish is our users can send through the .com rather than the .local currently this isn't the case.

    Anyone any ideas ??

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    1. Create a send connector with a default address space of * and a cost of 1.
    2. Not sure why you have 2 address spaces?
    3. Check the primay SMTP for each user see what it is set to.

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