How to configure mail authentication on MS Exchange 2007?

MezzutOzil
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This is using MS Exchange 2007 server. We are using only default port 25 to send/receive mails. No other connector configured to send/relay mails on other purpose. Now, there is this new multipurpose printer, that my management need us to setup to send mail. We were given one mail user account with password. On this printer, I can see that we have to fill up the mail server IP, mail user name, user password, port, and default gateway. After filling up the above information, we still can't printer to send mail. How can I get the mail-sending work? Does by default MS Exchange 2007 allow mail authentication based on default port - 25? Or should create a new connector that allows this printer to relay mail? or sending mail by mail auth?

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Just give the smtp server name and port as 25.. also require to setup from Email address which can be your email address or scanner@yourdomain.com
no username and password most probably is required as per your configuration.
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create a new receive connector, set maximize message size to 2097151 if you're not worried about the size of attachments, put in the FQDN, on the Network tab put in the ip of the printer, uncheck everything on the authentication tab, and on the permissions groups tab select "Anonymous users".

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Create a New Receive connector and add Ip address of printer .
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Hi Works2011 and ash007,

This new receive connector used port 25 as well?
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Yes it will use port 25 for sending mail.
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by default creating a new connector uses port 25, yes.

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