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SBS 2011 for customer with no domain name

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I have a client that has a new SBS 2011 installation. It's a small church school and they are only using the ISP's e-mail account (and only one of them at that). The don't currently have their own domain name and don't want to get one. They are not even going to use e-mail in the SBS server for the foreseeable future. I do however want to be able to send the SBS report out of the server once a day. Does anyone have an idea of how to set SBS 2011 up so I can send the morning monitoring reports?
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You can create a send connector in the Exchange 2007 component of SBS 2008 that will allow you to send email externally from the internal domain name. see below link on how to create a send connector.

Is the inernal domain a .local domain?
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I'll give that a try a little later this week and see if it does the trick.

Thanks!
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I just got around to implementing this, but it worked like a charm! Thanks.
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