Exchange 2003 smtp PORT

Posted on 2006-11-29
Last Modified: 2010-03-06
our exchange server smtp bind to public IP address in port 25, i want keep port 25 and create new smtp port 2255 bind private ip for other dept ( subnet )send out. is possible please advice
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You can create a second SMTP virtual server that can use this port.


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after setup , that both SMTP is work , right

- Public IP - Port 25
- Private IP - Port 2255


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