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I cannot add to the IP Allow list on Exchange 2010

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We have an Exchange server running 2010.
We are trying to allow a monitoring system to send smtp mails.

When we open the spam filter there is a "IP Allow List" which is enabled or disabled.
However there does not appear to be a way to add to the list or view the properties of the item like on the block list.

How can we add to the 'IP Allow List"??

Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
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You need to add the ipaddress/subnet of the host with monitoring system to allowed relay.

relay is the keyword here.

here is an article with how to steps and a couple of different ways to do it (exchange system manager or cmdlet)

http://exchangepedia.com/2007/01/exchange-server-2007-how-to-allow-relaying.html
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Exchange freak had the easy answer in the discussion linked

" If you go under the Server Configuration -> Hub Transport ->Anti Spam you can add the local IP's and it works."
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