Applications cannot send SMTP messages to Exchange 2007

I am working on the finalizing the migration from Echange 2003 to 2007. I have noticed that when I changed my networking monitoring apps to point to the new 07 Exchange server (including backupexec 2010)... the apps fail to send alerts via the 07 Server.

All internal and external email works properly for the users. Only affecting authenitcate SMTP notifcation from backupExec, etc.

I tried to telnet into the server and send a email. I recieve the following message (while logged in as a Domain Admin): 530 5.7.1 Client was not Authenticated

Within the EMC transport hub I have two receive connectors in this order
1) Client [Servername]
--Transport Layer Security -  Checked on
--Basic Authentication & offer Authentication only after starting TLS - Checked on
--Integtrated Windows Auth - Checked on
--Under Permission Group Tab (only Exchange Users is checked on)

2) Default [Servername]
--Transport Layer Security -  Checked on
--Basic Authentication & offer Authentication only after starting TLS - Checked on
--Exchange Server Authentication
--Integtrated Windows Auth - Checked on
--Under Permission Group Tab ( Exchange Users, Anonymouse, Exchange servers, Legacy Servers is checked on)
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skyjumperdudeAsked:
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Khurram Ullah KhanCommented:
have you created a specific receive connector for your monitoring server ? if not then you have to create a new receive connector with monitoring server IP and with anonmyous authentication

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb124327(EXCHG.80).aspx

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David VoigtsManaging DirectorCommented:
I had the same problem and I found the following link very useful.

http://forums.microsoft.com/TechNet/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=585205&SiteID=17
David VoigtsManaging DirectorCommented:
Also found this:

go under your Server configuration, hub transport server default receive connector, properties, click on last tab “permission Groups” place check mark into “Anonymous users” click apply and ok.
shauncroucherCommented:
either authenticate on existing connector (untick require tls first on default connector) or see my blog entry for other options;

exchangeshell.wordpress.com/2009/10/29/exchange-2007-allow-relay-authenticated-users-or-printers-or-scanners-or-other-device

shaun
eylnetCommented:
hi i have sbs2008 and backupexec 2010 i have aproblem with the backupexec 2010
he can't send error email or ather email from the backupexec my server is mail server and all the emails send outside and inside very good i spoke with technucal of symantec and i didnt get a answer about this problem  

please help
 
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