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Exchange 2007 Hub Transport Server with Ironmail Appliance

Hello,

We just introduced our first Exchange 2007 server into an existing Exchange 2000 Organization.  The server has the CAS/Hub roles installed in a consolidated installation.  We have decided not to deploy an Edge server in our DMZ because we have a hardware based Ironmail applicance.  My question is, what type of post install configuration do we need to do on our Hub transport role so that it communicates correctly with the Ironmail appliances (we actually have two of them) to send/receive internet email?

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adexchman
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Exchange_GeekCommented:
"what type of post install configuration do we need to do on our Hub transport role so that it communicates correctly with the Ironmail appliances"

You would specify the IP Address of your IRNML appliance on send connector as smart host.
On your IRNML Appliance - have settings configured to forward any emails coming from outside to E2k7 directly.
On your receive connector - permission groups - check anonymous users.

That should be it.
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