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We re obviously leaving out some of the details of the message routing and delivery process here so we can see the big picture For example, when you try to send a message to a recipient using your mail client, Exchange begins by looking up the message recipient in Active Directory to determine whether the recipient is in the same routing group as the sender, is in a different routing group, or is outside the Exchange organization Once the destination address has been resolved, Exchange attempts delivery of the message as described above
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Before we perform our walkthroughs for this chapter, let s briefly review the configuration of our testbed deployment MTIT Enterprises We have two administrative groups, Vancouver and Seattle Exchange servers Box14 and Box15 are in Vancouver and Box16 is in Seattle Our organization is running in Exchange native mode but routing groups have not been enabled Create two new mailbox-enabled users in your organization with the following properties:
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vanuser@mtitcom has its mailbox on Box14 in Vancouver (any mailbox store) seauser@mtitcom has its mailbox on Box16 in Seattle (any mailbox store)
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We ll use these two users to test messaging connectivity as follows: log on as Administrator to the console of both Box14 in Vancouver and Box16 in Seattle On Box14 open the URL http://localhost/exchange/vanuser and enter the credentials for vanuser to access this user s mailbox using Outlook Web Access (OWA) Similarly, on Box16 open the URL http://localhost/exchange/seauser and enter the credentials for seauser to access this users mailbox using OWA Now have seauser on Box16 use OWA to send a one-off test message addressed to vanuser@mtitcom Move to Box14 and click the Refresh button on the browser and you should see the test message sent from Box16 This exercise simply confirms that right now we have messaging connectivity between the two Exchange servers, which currently both
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belong to the same default routing group We ll repeat this test later in this chapter
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Enabling Routing Groups
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Before we can create a new routing group, we must enable routing groups for our Exchange organization To enable support for routing groups, right-click on the organization (root) node in System Manager and select Properties to open the Properties Sheet for our Exchange organization (Figure 211)
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Figure 211 Enabling routing groups for an Exchange organization
Figure 211 shows that routing groups are currently not displayed in our testbed organization Select the checkbox labeled Display Routing Groups and click OK to enable routing groups for our organization
Routing Groups
We cannot disable the display of administrative groups for our testbed organization because we have switched our Exchange servers from mixed mode to native mode, and this change cannot be undone Let s look at the results of our action Expand the two containers for the Vancouver and Seattle administrative groups in System Manager to display their top-level subcontainers (Figure 212) Notice that there is now a Routing Groups container within the Vancouver administrative group, and this Routing Groups container contains the default routing group (called First Routing Group) for that administrative group
Figure 212 Displaying the default routing group for Vancouver
Creating a Routing Group Container
In the previous walkthrough you may have noted that the Seattle administrative group has no Routing Groups container under it in System Manager (Figure 212) The reason is we created the Seattle admin group after we had already switched our organization from mixed to native mode if we had created the Seattle admin group before changing mode, then it would now have a Routing Groups container under it, which itself contained the First Routing Group for Seattle
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Before we create a new routing group in Seattle, we need to create a Routing Groups container in Seattle to hold the new routing group To do this right-click on the Seattle node in System Manager and select New Routing Groups Container
If the option for creating a new Routing Group container is unavailable, you are running in mixed mode, where all administrative groups have only the default routing group
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