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Exchange 2010 SP1 Secure SMTP

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So we have a test Exchange 2010 environment we have been setting up.  I cannot seem to get the secure SMTP working as when doing a netstat from our Exchange server, there seems to be an issue where it is not listening on port 465 TCP?  We have IMAPS POPS all working fine as well as general SMTP (25) working.  I have scoured google and figured I would come here, there has to be something that I am missing still.  I have checked and setup the receive connectors but still no 465 unless that is not the correct port.
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For the ports review the Client receive connector...under Network Tab
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