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How can I view what SMTP server is configured on an exchange server

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Running a 2003 AD with exchange for email. I need to know what SMTP server is configured for the domain. How can I find it? There are alot of suggestions online to look at ESM but we dont have that installed.
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by:Joseph Daly
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If you log into your exchange server you should have the ESM on there I believe it is installed by default when you set up exchange.
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Its not- Correct me if Im wrong but it should be under admin tools and I dont see it there
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On my exchange server its under on the start menu under programs, microsoft exchange, system manager.

Also if have the exchange installation CD you can install it on your desktop or laptop to manage exchange form your computer.

Also on your exchange server you can go to C:\Program Files\Exchsrvr\bin and you should have a Exchange System Manager.msc in there. Double click that and ESM should launch.
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I do have it at that location. I will have to dig to see what the SMTP is configured as.
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Ok I got it
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Cool let me know if theres anything else you need.
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