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Copiers and exchange 2010

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I just installed/moved to Exch 2010 from exch 2003. Before the change anyone could scan to email on the copiers inside or outside email addresses. now you can only scan to network (domain) email addresses, can not scan to outside email addresses anymore.
What needs to be changed on the exch2010 server?
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Steps are here:

http://blog.mpecsinc.ca/2009/09/sbs-2008-mfpcopier-to-scan-to-e-mail.html

SBS Specific but they work in Exchange 2010.

Philip
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Do you have an SMTP Relay Connector? Not sure. I will read over these articles.
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It is pretty simple.  You have to give the Copier's IP# permission to "Relay" mail.  When it sends to local internal mailboxes that is not considered a "relay",...but when it has to bounce emails off of your Exchange to go to outside email addresses then that is considered a "Relay"
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Our blog post provides a step-by-step for setting everything up start to finish.

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I'm sure it does.  I was just trying to give him the "short version" in case he already knows how to setup something to relay.
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Sorry for the delay..had wireless system issues.  MPECSInc, your blog is great, scan to outside email work now!

Thanks All
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