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Send connector exchange 2007 on sbs2008

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I have set up a send connetor on excahge 2007 but i am not able to send external mail is there anything else i need to setup to get this to work?
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by:Glen Knight
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You use the wizards in the SBS Console, there should be no reason to manually create a send connector.

specifically the connect to the internet, setup your internet address and configure a smart host
 
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How are you sending mail to Internet ? Are you using any smart host ?

 
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by:Coast-IT
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Demazter is right (as usual),  no need to set up your first send connector, however if you require extra send connectors follow this link ;
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa998814%28EXCHG.80%29.aspx
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When i run the wizard i get the error message the internet send connctor for Exchange server is missing ,and when i run the fix my network wizard it doesnt pick up the problem
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by:Glen Knight
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Can you post a screenshot of the error message?
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I have managed to run the wizard. and the connector is now enabled but i am stil not able to send external mail?
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Are you setup to use a smarthost or DNS?

Do you have an ISP that blocks port 25?

Can you telnet to my SMTP service on outgoing.gkvirtualdomain.co.uk...?

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I am set up to use a smarthost should i try use DNS(how do i set this up?) there is no block on port 25
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by:Glen Knight
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can you telnet on port 25 to the smarthost you have specified?
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I think there might be a problem with the smarthost how do i set up to use dns?
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by:Glen Knight
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just edit the Send Connector in the Exchange Management Console under Organisation configuration > Hub transport.

You will also need to ensure you have a rDNS (PTR) record configured otherwise some mail systems will reject your email.
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do i need to restart after makeing these changes?
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by:Glen Knight
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no, there should be no reason to restart.
You might need to restart the Microsoft Exchange Transport Service
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I have set protocol logging level to verbose and entered my FQDN mai.mydomain.com added address space "*"  but no luck
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