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I'm installing Exchange 2007 on Windows 2003 server.....I want a single server setup.....I'm reading documentation all over the internet to just create a send connector....in the Hub Transport, however I have no option to create a send connector ...just a recieve connector
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Question by:peteratrga
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You are looking in the wrong place.

Send Connectors are an org setting. Go in to Organisation Configuration and you will see the Send Connectors.

Receive connectors are a per server setting.

You could have used PowerShell!

Simon.
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