How can I create a New SMTP Connector in Exchange 2007 (see body & attached .PDF)

How can I create a New SMTP Connector in Exchange 2007 (see the attached .PDF document).

This .PDF file gives you the steps for creating a new SMTP connector in Exchange 2003. I need to know how to do the same thing in Exchange 2007.

Please give me the exact steps on how to do this.

Since it looks like the Adobe .PDF file is having problems uploading, I have pasted it below:
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modusGate™: Exchange Smart Host Configuration
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How To Configure Smart Host Settings on Exchange™
Exchange Server 2003
Open Exchange System Manager > Connectors to
verify whether an SMTP Connector is already set up.
Windows® Small Business Server 2003 comes with a
pre-configured SMTP Connector (right):
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If a Connector already exists, right-click on it and
choose Properties
If you must create a new connector, right-click on
Connectors and select New > SMTP Connector
On the General tab, configure the following:
• Name: Supply a name for the outbound route (if
editing an existing Connector, you can change its
name by right-clicking and selecting Rename)
• Smart hosts: Select Forward all mail through this
connector to the following smart hosts and enter
the modusGate server’s FQDN, e.g.: modusgate.
domain.com
• Bridgehead Server: In the Local bridgeheads
section, click Add
modusGate™: Exchange Smart Host Configuration
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Open Address Space > Add and select the default
options:
• Type = SMTP
• Email Domain = *
• Cost = 1
• Connector scope = Entire organization
Do not select Allow messages to be relayed to these
domains
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No other changes are required on any of the other
tabs, unless you want to change the security settings
under Advanced > Outbound Security. For our
purposes, Anonymous access is fine.
Click OK to close the System Manager.
Force the new settings to take effect by restarting
the following services:
• Microsoft Exchange Routing Engine
• Simple Mail Transport Protocol (SMTP)
modusGate™: Exchange Smart Host Configuration
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Exchange Server 2007 and 2010
If you are able to send outbound email from the
Exchange Server, this means a Send Connector has
already been created and configured correctly on
the Hub Transport server. Using a smart host only
requires a change to the existing Hub Transport
settings (in the 2007/2010 versions of Exchange, the
Hub Transport server is responsible for sending and
receiving external emails).
• Open Exchange Management
Console
• Expand Organization
Configuration
• Select Hub Transport > Send
Connectors tab
If you cannot see all of the columns
shown here, select View > Add/
Remove Columns
• Right-click on the existing Send Connector,
select Properties and go to the Network tab
• Select Route mail through the following smart
hosts and click Add
modusGate™: Exchange Smart Host Configuration
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Specify the Smart host as shown:
• Click Change to set the authentication method, if
required (it can be left as None), otherwise click
Apply to close the window.
• Any changes you make to these settings will take
effect immediately without having to reboot or
restart any services.
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serchlopCommented:
Here is a link to create a new send connector.

http://www.petri.co.il/configuring-exchange-2007-send-connectors.htm

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dianemitCommented:

To Create SMTP connector in Exchange 2007 is pretty easy and hassel free
Browse to Hub transport  in right pain click on mail server and bottom yo can see your default  smtp receive connectors r click and u can create new connectors followed by simplified wizard
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AkhaterCommented:
the steps are in the document you have provided

Exchange Server 2007 and 2010
If you are able to send outbound email from the
Exchange Server, this means a Send Connector has
already been created and configured correctly on
the Hub Transport server. Using a smart host only
requires a change to the existing Hub Transport
settings (in the 2007/2010 versions of Exchange, the
Hub Transport server is responsible for sending and
receiving external emails).
• Open Exchange Management Console
• Expand Organization Configuration
• Select Hub Transport > Send Connectors tab
• Right-click on the existing Send Connector, select Properties and go to the Network tab
• Select Route mail through the following smart hosts and click Add modusGate and enter the modusGate server’s FQDN, e.g.: modusgate.domain.com
• Click Change to set the authentication method, if
required (it can be left as None), otherwise click
Apply to close the window.
• Any changes you make to these settings will take
effect immediately without having to reboot or restart any services.
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Rajith EnchiparambilOffice 365 & Exchange ArchitectCommented:
Steps as explained above.

Full steps in technet http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa998814%28EXCHG.80%29.aspx
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