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Implementingh TLS on SBS 2011 (exchange 2010)

Posted on 2012-03-09
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I need to enforce TLS for outgoing email (SMTP) on my SBS2011 server. I need this for a couple of hostnames but I am not sure if by enabling TLS will affect other domains.
I do not need TLS for incoming since I have a 3rd party with TLS enabled before it comes to my server.
Thanks for your help!

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What you'll need to do is create separate send connectors for those specific domains and configure them for TLS, and leave the default send connector alone

This technet article should help get you started
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa998662.aspx
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thanks CrisHanna_MVP I will try next week at the client
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