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types of Connectors you can use in Exchange?

Posted on 2009-05-17
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What are the types of Connectors you can use in Exchange? and cost option in connecters
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It depends on the version you are talking about, 2003 or 2007 ? Both support SMTP, X400 and third party fax software.
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smtp connector is used for sending mails to external domain
fax conenctor is used for fax application
on exchange 2007, you will find - client receve connector uses 587 port , send connector, receive connector uses port 25.

thats it !
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