Hub Transport Server configuration..

Posted on 2011-10-25
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I m in process to transitioning my messaging environment from 2003 to 2007.
i am done with CAS and already removed 2003 owa from my exchange environment. Yesterday i have installed Hub transport role on my CAS server so that i can create file share witness.
As smart host we have Cisco ironport and all email going/coming thru that. i have added my Hub transport server IP in Ironport and here problem start coming. My clients started reporting that they are getting undelivered messages and those messages contains hostname of my Hub transport saying that '5.7.1 Client was not authenticated.
Mailboxes still running on 2003 and i did not make even a single change on Hub transport apart of installation..
Please help me..
Question by:pdixit1977
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    Expert Comment

    you have to create a receive connector on the hub server containing the IP of the ironport with all permissions allowed

    Author Comment

    i can see these four tabs, granting permission done on permission but where i should give the IP of my ironport.
    Genral, network, authentication and permission group
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    530 5.7.1 Client was not authenticated Exchange 2010
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    in the network tab
    if you don't have any relaying services on exchange then remove the range and put your iron port IP


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