Multiple Destination Messaging

Updated: June 25, 2007

Applies To: Windows Server 2008

Message Queuing one-to-many messaging can be implemented in a number of ways. For details, see the following links:

  • To learn about implementing one-to-many messaging using an Active Directory Domain Services distribution group object to encapsulate a collection of destination queues that can serve as a distribution list in Message Queuing, see Distribution Lists.

  • To learn how messages can be sent programmatically to multiple destinations specified in the form of a multiple-element format name, see Multiple-Element Format Names.

  • For information about how to send messages to a single destination IP address, to be received and processed by multiple IP hosts, see IP Multicasting.

  • For information about implementing one to many messaging with transactional messages see Sending Transactional Messages to Multiple Destinations.

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