Exchange 2007 SP3 in 2008 R2 forst/domain errors?

Posted on 2010-09-16
Last Modified: 2012-05-10
I have an Exchange 2007 SP3 with rollup 1 for SP3 in a 2008 R2 forest/domain functional level and I am unable to create an internal SMTP receive connector and get the error attached. I have run setup /prepareAD but that did not help.
Question by:NetworkConsultant01
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ID: 33694262
Try to remove existing receive connector & created a new connector

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The only recieve connectors that exist are the default ones created by the installation. The old Exchange server also has an internal relay but I have always been able to create one on each server for migraiton.

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I believe the solution was to run setup /prepareschema from SP3

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