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I have a copier at a remote site that i would like to be able to scan to email - there is smtp authentication enabled, along with valid email addresses that exist on the exchange server itself. Is there anything else that i need to do, i am under the impression i do not need a connector since i am doing authentication.

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yes, the default recieve connector should allow your authentication connection
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of if not, then how would a receive connector affect email flow if i am adding the public ip address as the source...
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if you weren't using authentication, then you would want to create a separate receive connector for anonymous access

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb232021(EXCHG.80).aspx
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