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Defining Email Policies > Connections tab > Adding inbound and outbound routes
Adding inbound and outbound routes
To add an inbound route:
1.
On the Connections tab, click Add under Default Inbound Routes.
2.
In the Server field, enter a fully qualified host name or an IP address.
If you enter an IP address you are asked to give this connection a name. The name you give your IP address connection is not important and can just be "inbound" or whatever you feel is appropriate.
If you enter an invalid IP address such as one from the reserved, private range, an error results.
3.
Enter a Preference value to specify the order in which connections should be used. (Connections with preference value 1 are used before all other connections.)
4.
Optionally, choose a Security value: Unenforced, Encrypt, Encrypt+CN, Verify, or Verify+CN. See Encryption tab for further information.
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Click Submit.
To add an outbound route:
1.
On the Connections tab, click Add under Outbound Routes.
2.
In the Server section, either:
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If you enter an IP address you are asked to give this connection a name. The name you give your IP address connection is not important and can just be "outbound" or whatever you feel is appropriate.
If you enter an invalid IP address such as one from the reserved, private range, an error results.
Or:
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Or:
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3.
Optionally, choose a Security value: Unenforced, Encrypt, Encrypt+CN, Verify, or Verify+CN. See Encryption tab for further information.
 
Note 
If you have selected Office 365 or Google Apps in the Server section, you cannot set encryption options as part of the connection. To enforce encryption on your outbound route, configure your Office 365 or Google Apps account.
 
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5.
Click Submit.

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