I've had to deal with that issue a few times in Exchange 5.5 for customers.
(Easy fix and a happy customer, what could be better?) In Exchange 2000
(native site) it's not really an issue I don't think since the default
communication protocol is SMTP. [1]

[1] Course RPC is still required for mailbox moves.

Chris Scharff
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Hansen, Eric [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Wednesday, January 09, 2002 8:35 AM
> To: Exchange Discussions
> Subject: Bindback on Exch2k
> This is more of a curiosity then anything. We have a
> exchange site where the registered SMTP server is multihomed
> across 2 subnets, but the mailbox servers are all on the same
> subnet. So this of course creates a flury of bindback
> errors, but these errors are erroneous. Exchange 5.5 and NT4/2k
> Would this still be a issue with Exchange 2k? Is there a way
> to tell it not to attempt a bindback over the other subnet?
> Maybe something like a routing table for the MTA, just curious.

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