Looking for some direction. I'm trying to get Exchange 2007 on a SBS server to forward outgoing mail to Trend Interscan Viruswall 7.0. and I'm hung up with something in Exchange. Exchange and ISVW are installed on the same server. Here's the setup I'm trying to achieve because of that:
Outlook -----> Exchange SMTP inbound port 25, out port 26 -----> ISVW SMTP inbound port 26, outbound port 25 -------> Internet
Using an Outlook client with a POP3 account setup, I can sucessfully send an e-mail through ISVW on port 26. However when I try to send an e-mail from the Outlook client through the Exchange account, it gets stuck in Exchange.
I can see this by using the queue viewer and looking at the queue named "SmartHostConnectorDelivery". Status on the queue is "retry" and on the mail message it's "Ready". No Last error is displayed on the e-mail message.
I configured the Smart Host through the SBS console, network, connectivity. I also changed the outbound port on the "Windows SBS Internet Send..." connector to port 26. I did that following the instructions I found in a technet article with the management shell.
A. Should I be using the "SmartHost" feature to do this?
B. Did I modify the right send connector?
C. If so, is there any log or someplece that I can look to see why the mail message is just sitting in that queue?
D. Is there someway to force the queue to try and re-send the message or does it do it automatically every few minutes?