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X.400 Connector

The X.400 Connector connects Microsoft Exchange Server sites across slower network connections and private or public packet networks. It also connects to foreign systems through X.400 services. To install an X.400 Connector, identify one Microsoft Exchange Server computer in each site to provide the connection. These servers are called messaging bridgeheads. An X.400 transport stack is configured on a specific server, and defines the local system. The X.400 Connector is added to the site, and defines the remote system.

You need to set up only one X.400 Connector to another system to connect it with your entire organization. Or you can use multiple X.400 Connectors to connect your organization to other X.400 systems.

Before using an X.400 Connector, consider the following issues: