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How to configure Global Routing Table

1. Run “SimplyManagementTool.msc”.

2. Verify you create SendConnector using proper Address Space, this address space is not target domain you will send to. This address spaces is next hop.

3. Create Routing Table to set specific domain sending to designated “SendConnectoer”.

a. Click “Global Routing Table” on left pane

b. Click “New Routing” on Actions pane

3. Type routing info

a. Routing Name: Routing name

b. Sender Domain: “prov.com”

c. Recipient Domain: “*” is all domai

If you want to scope specific domain, type domain name

d. Next Hop: Next Hop in sender connector as address space

4. Review Routing Table you created

How to configure Routing Group per server

Create Server Routing table. Server Routing table is belong to each server. This routing table is only applied to server. This server routing table is based on Active directory group. Any user sending from in designated group will be applied. This server routing table take have the precedence of over global routing table.

1. Click “Server Routing Table” on left pane and choose proper server name.

2. Click “New Group” in Actions pane.

a. Group Name: Group name

b. Priority: 0 is highest, bigger is lower priority.

c. Choose Active Directory Group by clicking button “…”

d. Recipient Domain: * is all recipients.

e. Next Hop: Next Hop in sender connector as address space.

How to create a Rewrite Entry

This rewrite entry table is to change sender address; you can archive this same task by creating rewrite entry on Exchange Edge server.

However you should create same rewrite entry table in each all edge server.

This feature of Simply Exchange Transport Agent is able to simplify and manage rewriting sender address at central management tool.

Routing Scenario Example

1. SendConnector lists

Name Address Space SmartHosts
ArchivingSendConnector to.archiving.com
ReviewSendConnector to.review.com
EncryptionSendConnector to.encrypt.com

2. Global Routing

Type Name Sender Domain Recipient Domain
Global Routing GR1 igoodworks.com *
Global Routing GR2 igoodworks.com yahoo.com


• Send to james@hostmail.com from test1@prov.com

• Result: Next hop is “to.archiving.com” by RE1 and GR1

• Send to peter@yahoo.com from test1@prov.com

• Result: Next hop is “to.review.com” by RE1 and GR2

3. Routing Group

Type Name Active Directory Group Recipient Domain Next Hop
Routing Group RG1 LegalDL google.com to.encrypt.com

• sales@igoodworks.com is a member of LegalDL

• Send to peter@google.com from sales@prov.com

• Result: Next hop is “to.encrypt.com” by RE1 and RG1

4. Rewrite Entry

Type Name Domain Email Address New Address
Rewrite Entry RE1 prov.com * igoodworks.com
Rewrite Entry RE2 prov.com * david@prov.com

• Send to peter@google.com from david@prov.com

• Result: Next hop is “to.encrypt.com” by RE2 and RG1