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How to configure Edge Server Exchange 2007


I just installed and configure Edge server. Prior to that I was using HUB server for delivery and acceptance of the mail. Now I like to route all the mail through edge server

My network looks as follows.

[active directory]

[edge server]

[Exchange 2007 server Hub Server ]

i have forward port 25 on my firewall to Edge server. I see the emails being collected in the edge server but they are not send to my exchange server? Outgoing email working fine.

I have tested and I successfully signup for the edge replication. What am I doing wrong? Why mail is not being routed to user mailboxes. Just stays in the mail que on the edge server?

Thanks in advance,

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Create a internal send connector on the edge server and point it to the internal Exchange server.

dizel247Author Commented:
As far as I know Edge creates automatic connection. I see that I have

In Send Connection
Default to internet. (created by edge)
Inbound to default (created by edge)

In Receive Connection
Internal Receive Connection.

Am I missing something?

Thanks for your reply

on the Edge-server run the get-accepteddomain and check that aits the same as the internal servers accepted domains. to be sure it has synced.

Also try the test-edgesyncronization and see if it has any errors.

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