As you can see, inbound synchronization rules are associated with the Connector Space MA we like to import information from. Outbound synchronization is very different!
This is one reason I tend not to have Inbound and Outbound Data Flow Direction in my synchronization rules.
Outbound synchronization rules are associated with each object (user, for example). In FIM 2010 R2, there are two ways of doing this.
You can either use Outbound Synchronization Policy or Outbound System Scoping Filter.
You can only make this choice during the creation of the outbound synchronization rule. You cannot change it once the synchronization ...