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SBS 2003 with Smart Host, adding TLS

A customer has SBS2003 and uses a smart host to send outbound to mcafee formerly MX Logic.  Small SBS.  5 users, single server, DSL.

They already have a GoDaddy SSL Standard Turbo 1024bit cert.

They need to implement TLS to only some domains.  McAfee/MX Logic has TLS filtering and will pass along or block messages per domain settings.

What do I need to do at the Exchange SBS side to generate TLS and is it all or non ?  Will non TLS implemented domains still receive mail if turned on.

Same questions on inbound.

Thanks

Bruce
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BBrayton
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BBrayton
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Shreedhar EtteCommented:
Hi,

Refer this article:
http://www.networkworld.com/news/2007/011807-tls4.html

Hope this helps,
Shree
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BBraytonAuthor Commented:
I saw that before but i think if falls short for us using a smarthost.

Can we only choose which domains to send to via smtp virtural servers?  That seems somewhat limited and clumsy for the end user to manipulate.

Shree, this customer may have a dozen insurance company sites that will be requiring TLS outbout and inbound.  All their other domains of normal email sending wouldn't care.

hope this helps explain a little more.

Bruce
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