I configured Routing rules from Google Workspace so that if someone sends a mail to a nonexisting user in Google Workspace, it will forward mail traffic to the MailCow server, and if the MailCow server has that user, it will accept the mail; otherwise, reject.
This is working fine.
However, I see that whenever I’m trying to send mail from the MailCow server to another user of the same domain in Google Workspace, MailCow is not delivering it, and it is considering the mail server is hosted locally. How can I set up mail routing in MailCow? So that it will send all internal mail to remote MX instead of local.