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How do I allow a server to use my EX2007 server to send email to the INternet?

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I have a single EX2007 SP1 server.  Several internal servers use it to send email internally.  But I have a web server that is connected to my network over a VPN and I need it to be able to send email using my EX2007 server's SMTP connection.  How do I set up the server so that this web server can use my EX2007 server to relay to the Internet and not make my email server an open relay for spammers?

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