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Exchange 2010- FQDN on the Send Connector

Hello Everyone, We just migrated from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010 and I have a question about what FQDN name should be on the receive connector.

 I just created a new receive connector and I am using the outside domain name (mymail.company.com) as the FQDN.  This is not listed in my SAN certificate so I have been getting a lot of Event ID 12014 errors telling me there is no certificate with that domain name.    I have done some research and I am not sure how to proceed next.  Should I just create a new certificate and add the outside domain (mymail.company.com) or should I be using the Exchange server's FQDN  (myserver.company.local) which is listed in the SAN certificate?

Thanks,

Bill
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Manpreet SIngh KhatraSolutions Architect, Project LeadCommented:
You should be using "myserver.company.local" ... any reasons for using external name ?

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bjenningsAuthor Commented:
I had help in for the migration and he used the external name. I am using this connector for sending email outside the organization, so maybe he thought we needed the outside domain name.
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Manpreet SIngh KhatraSolutions Architect, Project LeadCommented:
Look to be able to receive emails for "mymail.company.com" ... you need to have a "Accepted Domain" created in EMC and an email address with the same in the Policy and stamped to user :)

FOr to be able to send you dont need a Send Connector or to Receive need another ..... Server checks the list of Accepted Domains and works accordingly.

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bjenningsAuthor Commented:
Just to be clear....I should be using  "myserver.company.local"

Thanks,

Bill
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Manpreet SIngh KhatraSolutions Architect, Project LeadCommented:
What is the purpose of the new Receive conenctor ?
What is the entry in the Default Receive connector ?
Are you facing any issues with receiving sending ?
What is the exact goal you want to achieve ?

- Rancy
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bjenningsAuthor Commented:
Sorry, I should be detailed.  I created this connector so applications I have on other servers can email to people outside the company.  The default entry was "myserver.company.local"....The person I had to help me changed that to mymail.janeiredale.com and then I started getting the Event ID 12014.   The connector is working, I just want to eliminate all the 12014 errors.
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vicky19Commented:
Is your issue resolved as per suggestions given ?
If not please do let us know so we can assist you :)

Regards
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