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Exchange 2007 smart host configuration

Posted on 2007-11-16
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Anyone out there with Exchange 2007 knowledge on configuring outbound mail to run through a smart host connector? I'm looking for steps on how to configure a smart host connector in the new Exchange 2007 GUI. I've been through a few articles on EE but was hoping somebody could sum up what needs to be done. I have a fully qualified DNS name for my smart host, user name and password. I just need all my mail leaving the server to route through this.  
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All you need to do is create a send connector and configure to a smart host
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Is there a way to make the exh 2007 a smart host, and lock down access in it to only specific internal IP addresses?
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