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Can not find "Receive connectors" in Exchange Management Console for Exchange server 2007 (hub transport)

Posted on 2007-11-19
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Hello!
I'm new to Exchange server 2007.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa996750.aspx
says that " To modify the status of an existing Receive connector on a Hub Transport server, in the console tree, expand Organization Configuration, select Hub Transport, and then click the Receive Connectors tab"

But I don't have a receive connectors tab. The tabs I see for "Hub transport" is "Remote domains","Accepted domains","E-mail address policies","Transport rules","Journaling","Send connectors","Edge subscriptions".
Must I do something special to see the "receive connector" tab? What?
The Exchange Management Shell gives output like shown below for Get-ReceiveConnector command so I should have a receive connector, I just don't see it in the EMC.

>Get-ReceiveConnector

Identity                  Bindings      Enabled
--------                  --------      -------
EXCHANGE\Default EXCHANGE {0.0.0.0:25}  True
EXCHANGE\Client EXCHANGE  {0.0.0.0:587} True
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Veerappan Sundaram earned 250 total points
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In Exchange 2007 console you have "Organisation COnfiguration", "Server Configuration" and "Recipient Configuration".
Check under "Server Configuration" go to "Hub Transport"
You can see the Receive Connector.

>>>> Veera.
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