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Exchange Server 2003 Authenticate to External SMTP

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Call me nuts, but I have racking my brain to figure this one out.  We have SBS 2003 and I am and we also have an externally hosted email.  We can receive the POP3 mail from the externally hosted email, but we can not send.  Our externally hosted SMTP requires a user name and password in order to send email, can someone please help me with the setup of the Exchange server to do this.  Thanks, James
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On your Exchange System Manager > Admin Group > go all the way to your server > Protocol > SMTP > Properties of default SMTP virtual server > Delivery tab > Outbound security button > basic authentication
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