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Internet Mail on exchange 2007

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I have just installed exchange 2007 onto a test server (single box - single domain and organization) and i want to be able to send & receive  mail to and from the internet to other people on the internet (eg to extermal maill account such as hotmail, yahho etc)

Does any  one have a step by step guide on doing this
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Hi,

You will have to configure a send and receive connector.
You will find guides for that here.

http://www.msexchange.org/articles_tutorials/exchange-server-2007/

Cheers

Remi
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i can see where it talks about receive connectors, however where is the send connector info ?
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