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Failure adding custome receive connector in exchange 2007

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I am getting a failure when trying to add a custom receive connector on sbs2008
I would like to use a custom receive connector to allow xerox 7655 machine to scan to email relaying off the sbs2008.
I was told that xerox does not support tls security, so i would like to create a custom receive connector to allow mail from just the internal ip of the xerox machine on the local domain.

I have attached the error.
Thanks Error adding custom receive connector
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Thanks for the help!
This explains what needs to be done to create the connetor, but i keep getting the error when trying to create the connetor.

For some reason it will not allow me to create a new connector no matter what type I try to create (Custom, Internal or Internet)

Any Idea why i would be giving me this failure error and not allowing me to create a new connector?
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Not sure extactly. Could you snap each screen as you do the wizard? Perhaps that will help me figure out why.
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Here are the Screen captures for the steps that i tried 1 2 3 4 5 6
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Ok, Sorry about the delay. The last few days have he me really busy.

The top line of the last image explains the cause of this issue. "The values that you specifiec for the Bindings and RemoteIPRanges parameters conflict with the settings on Receive connector "UMRDCEX\Windows SBS Fax Sharepoint Receive UMRDCEX". The Windows SBS Fax Sharepoint Receive connector is created by default by SBS. It seems your attempting to create another connector with the same bindings or remote IP ranges. The Sharepoint connector should be bind to all addresss:25 and the remote range is 127.0.0.1. So the only way I can see that you'd conflict is if 10.0.0.50 is the server's IP address? You could try to bind to only the assigned IP address too.
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I was able to add the ip address to the existing scope on the SBS Fax Sharepoint Recieve Connector.
This allowed the ip address of 10.0.0.50 of the xerox to authenticate off that connector using just basic authentication that was already setup on that connector for security.

I guess you can not have them overlap connectors.

Thanks for the Help!
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