Exchange routing group connector

Posted on 2011-04-30
Last Modified: 2012-06-22
I am migrating from Exchange 2003 to 2010, and am currently moving mailboxes.  I have a bidirectional routing group connector setup, and I am able to send emails from a mailbox on the new exchange 2010 server, but cannot receive anything.

All emails sent to a mailbox on the new server gets a bounce back with the following error: #< #5.5.0 smtp;550-Relaying from <myemailaddress> is not permitted. Please contact> #SMTP#.  Any ideas?  I've tried deleting and recreating the connector too.
Question by:SSEHelpDesk
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    Check the properties of the Default SMTP Virtual Server on the Exchange 2003 server as per:

    In Exchange Management Consol, under Server > Hub Transport right click the Default SERVERNAME send connector and select properties.  Under Permission Groups make sue Anonymous and Exchange Servers are both checked.  If you make changes here restart the Microsoft Exchange Transport service.
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    Expert Comment

    It's a typo from Demazter, check Default Receive Connector.

    Author Comment

    It was a smarthost in default SMTP VS.  Thank you much!

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