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Cant send smtp mail after sbs migration

Greetings,

I just completed a migration from sbs2003 to 2011. Our copy machine was configured to send email and worked before the migration but now no longer works. I know this sounds vague but there is something that needs to be changed on the server or copier side?

Thanks
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spiderwilk007Commented:
Its on the copier, you need to change the SMTP IP address to the one of the new email server.
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spiderwilk007Commented:
Most copiers have a web interface that you can get to via the IP address of the copier: http://192.X.X.X or somothing similar. It can also be changed from the panel.
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ShareefHuddleCommented:
Also if your old sbs 2003 exchange 2003 was setup to allow unauthenticated relay for copier IP then you will have an issue.  The best and most secure way to do it in Exchange 2010 is either set the copier to authenticate or to create a new receive connector.

Reference:
http://exchangepedia.com/2007/01/exchange-server-2007-how-to-allow-relaying.html

Shareef
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cbd1012Author Commented:
Hi Spider
The email server did not change and the actual IP of the server is programmed which also did not change.
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ShareefHuddleCommented:
Your email server hasn't changed? Do you mean version hasn't or ip hasn't.  Have you segregated your exchange from your SBS or are you not even using the exchange?

Shareef
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cbd1012Author Commented:
Hi Shareef,

The account on the scanner was set with no password. I put a password on the copier and i can resume sending thanks again for your help !
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