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how to ricoh c3300 email to clients using server 2008

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I have a ricoh 3300 and I just got a new server 2008 sbs and Ricoh wants to charge me 300 to come out to adjust the settings to send email to clients. What do I have to do to fix what ever has changed from 2003.
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Adam Pedder earned 2000 total points
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Assuming the Ricoh is still pointing to the SBS 2008 machine (i.e. it has the same IP that the 2003 did, or the same hostname) then your problem is probably because the Receive connector on the SBS 2008 machine is not set to allow devices to send from it.

Instructions are here:

http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2006/12/28/432013.aspx

If the SBS 2008 server is not in the same place as the 2003 server then you will need to adjust the settings on the Ricoh, which I can't help with.
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Holy shit that was an awesome answer
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