Absolutely .. the two static default routes ensure that both links are available for use. If the preferred link for HTTP traffic goes down, it will fall back to the other link. The same will also applyto the link used for WWW traffic.
You need to implement Policy Base Routing where you need to cofnigure an accesslist which can classify the www and smtp traffic and call that access list in your policy also in your policy define match interface serial so that it can confirm if that serial is up or not.
If the serial is up it will check the accesslist and as per the classified traffic it will take the next hop.
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