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How to allow internal SMTP in Windows Server 2003 SBS?

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I am sure this is something simple that I missed.  I am running Server 2003 SBS.  Server IP as 10.10.10.10  recently bought a new Mitel switch (10.10.10.41) that needs to communicate to the server via SMTP.  By deault, I don't think the Server is allowing internal addresses.  I am getting "CSMTPClientMsg::ProcessResult - Failed sending Voice Mail to Email" & "CSMTPClientMsg::ProcessSMTPErrorResponse - Received SMTP error:  550 5.7.1 Unable to relay for address@email.net"  Trying to setup Universal Messaging where this feature allows users to forward voice messages to an email address.  I think the server need to set to accept email from the Mitel node and that attachments are allowed.

Experts, can you point me to where and how I can add the Mitel IP to be allowed on the server end?  Thanks
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