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Some devices cannot send email to exchange 2007 after transition from 2003

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I just moved to exchange 2007 from 2003.  I have a copier and a phone system that use to send messages through the exchange server.  This is no longer working after transitioning to exchange 2007.  I verified the devices have the correct exchange information.  I assume there may be something that needs to change on exchange 2007 to allow it to receive message from these devices?
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Allow your devices to relay through exchange.

http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2006/12/28/432013.aspx

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Both of the devices have windows domain accounts.  Do I just need to add them to an exchange group?  If so, what group?
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You need to give the ip address of the machines/devices in exchange 2007. Read the article.
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Yes, I did read the article.  The IP address range is already included on the default SMTP connector.  The only difference is anoymous users are not checked.  I dont see why it needs to be checked if the device has a domain account.  Do you see what I am getting at?
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