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Exchange Server 2010, how to allow applications in the same domain to send emails without authenticaiton.

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Previously in Exchange 2007 there was a relay setting in the SMTP connector that you could set so that any computer within a range of IP addresses could send emails with authentication, and without being bounced as relay.  I cannot seem to find the same setting int Exchange 2010.

We have an application that needs to send emails to domain users, whilst the computer user themselves may not actually have a mailbox on the server.  Previously I could set this in the SMTP connector as detailed above.  How can I achieve this now.


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