Change SMTP Banner error

I'm trying to change the Receive Connector's SMTP Banner, with the following line:
Set-ReceiveConnector "ReceiveConnector" -Banner "220 Banner Info"
and getting the following error:
"The operation ccouldn't be performed because object '\ReceiveConnector' couldn't be found on ''.

I've recently updated to Exchange 2010 on Win2k8 R2. I've had similar issues when using command line to view and change mailbox move queue. Almost identical error. I had to use a workaround and list the queue items to identify them and process the command. In this case, I'm not able to use the work around. I've read some stuff about a problem with netbios domain names having a dot in them... I'm not if that would have anything to do. I verified in the PDC name tab, and it lists the name as 'DOMAIN'.
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Shreedhar EtteCommented:

You might be mentioning the wrong receive connector name.
Refer this:

Hope this helps,
TheJimmyAuthor Commented:
Thanks, but thats actually the article I got the command line from. :)
Shreedhar EtteCommented:
Post the output of the Get-ReceiveConnector

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Alan HardistyCo-OwnerCommented:
The Receive connector Banner is not desperately relevant to your Exchange Server operations.
The Send Connector is what the world will see and this is the important one to get right.
Make sure the Send Connector is set to a Fully Qualified Domain Name e.g., otherwise you will have mailflow issues.
TheJimmyAuthor Commented:
Thanks, stupid mistake, the connector name was mistyped. :)
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