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My ISP has given me a relay server for me to temporarily forward out SMTP email to.  My question is, where do I do this exactly?  I am currently thinking it is done in the properties of the Default SMTP virtual server under the delivery tab.  I think I read somewhere that I can go the advanced button and put in my settings there.  My question is do I put the ISP relay server under the smart host section?  If none of this is correct, does anyone know where I can go to forward our SMTP email on exchange?

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Yes, the 'smart host' field is where you put the name of your ISP's SMTP server.  Delivery tab, Advanced button.
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