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I just move from exchange server 2003 to 2010. all network copiers could scan to eamil using outside of domain eamil address...like gmail. Now that we are on exch 2010 the scan to eamil works inside the company but not using outside email addreses. is there a setting in exch 2010 I need to enable?
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Yes...  You need to allow relaying in Exchange 2010 from your network copiers.  Check out http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb232021.aspx, specifically looking at the section "Grant the relay permission to anonymous connections".
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I will go over this today.
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