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on an exchange 2010 server how do I Mascurading DNS on SMTP

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I need to do that in order to hide the name how do I do that for exchange 2010
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by:George K.
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From MMC click In the MMC, got to SMTP virtual server.
Then go to Properties-Action menu.
Got to delivery tab, then advanced and open advanced delivery dialog box.
For Masquerade domain, type your preffered domain name.
This will appear in message headers and not the actual name of your domain
NDRs will be returned to the preffered domain you specified

Additionally, to avoid  using computer and domain names automatically by the system
in  network identification  tab, in  advanced delivery change the FQDN
 (delivery from SMTP virtual server)
Then agian - properties- action-delivery tab - advanced - advanced delivery dialog box.
type the FQDN.

Here is another usefull link too.
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Server_Software/Email_Servers/Exchange/Q_21857193.html
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by:Karma_AU
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Open the Exchange 2010 console
Expand Organization Configuration
click Send Connectors.
On the main Tab is a setting to specify the FQDN.

Also under Server Configuration > Hub Transport you can modify your receive connector to include your FQDN.

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by:IBM-server
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OK i do not have a send connector only after clicking on hub transport and then send connectors.
however the send connector already has the public name
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by:MegaNuk3
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You need to implement header firewalls in Exchange 2010 to hide all the internal server names in the message header
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by:sunnyc7
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On an exchange 2010 server how do I Mascurading DNS on SMTP
I need to do that in order to hide the name how do I do that for exchange 2010

>> Is your question, how do you have your external FQDN as the sender, instead of your internal server name like -- exchangebox.localdomain.local ?

If that is your question, there are multiple correct answers provided above - karma_au / georgekl.
If that's not your question, please elucidate.

Every message which exchange sends out will have a message ID
long-string@MBX01.SERVER.LOCAL

If you are trying to eliminate your server details completely from the message, then you can check MegaNuke's article on Header firewalls.

thanks
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by:IBM-server
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OK here is the problem
icrosoft Mail Internet Headers Version 2.0
Received: from mail37.messagelabs.com ([216.82.241.83]) by publicdomain.com with Microsoft SMTPSVC(6.0.3790.4675);
       Mon, 22 Nov 2010 22:45:57 -0800
Received: (qmail 9861 invoked from network); 23 Nov 2010 06:45:56 -0000
Received: from unknown (publicserver.com) (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx)
  by server-4.tower-37.messagelabs.com with AES128-SHA encrypted SMTP; 23 Nov 2010 06:45:56 -0000Received: from GOSSARD.acc.local ([fe80::c4ed:dbc7:9a63:a53a]) by
 GOSSARD.acc.local This lst part of the header has to go. It can not be there. we need it to say something else than gossard.acc.local.
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by:sunnyc7
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Please check meganuke's article above.
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by:IBM-server
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I did check it out however it seems very confusing.. can anyone please put it ito laymans for me please
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From the link I posted:
"How Header Firewall Is Applied to Routing Headers in Outbound Messages
Send connectors have the Ms-Exch-Send-Headers-Routing permission that's used to allow or remove any routing headers that exist in an outbound message:

If this permission is granted, all routing headers are preserved in the outbound message.
If this permission isn't granted, all routing headers are removed from the outbound message."

So basically you need to either remove the permission on your Internet Send Connectors or Deny the permission
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by:Glen Knight
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This question has been classified as abandoned and is being closed as part of the Cleanup Program. See my comment at the end of the question for more details.
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