Adding a second exchange server

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Hello All, I have an organisation that has one exchnage 2003 server SP2 (mail1), and are adding another remote site which will be linked via a 512k link. They want a second exchange server (mail2) at this site to handle all the email for this site. Both server will be on the one domain and I need to know how to configure the setup so that both servers know how to forward email to each other. Mail1 will be the 'main' server and I am guessing i need to setup a connector between the two. If someone can provide some guidance this would be great. Many thanks.
ASKED: October 9, 2006  7:45 PM
UPDATED: October 10, 2006  8:59 AM

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Here is the technet link for the MS Exchange Server 2003 Transport and Routing Guide:

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/exchange/2003/library/extransrout.mspx

It should contain all the information you need and more for the routing group set up.

Don’t forget to create the appropriate MX records for each of your exchange servers giving priority to whichever server you want to designate as the primary receiving site.

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