SBS2011 Migration not receiving emails to Exchange 2010

Posted on 2012-08-25
Last Modified: 2012-08-25

I have just migrated from SBS2003 to SBS 2011 Standard but Exchange 2010 is not receiving any emails.

I have allowed anonymous access and configured the firewall to point to the new server.  I have also deleted the SmallBusiness SMTP connector.

I've also been through old posts on here and so far haven't found anything to help.  Can anybody help me track the problem down?

Much Appreciated.
Question by:blackadder999
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    Accepted Solution

    You may need to create a receive connector.


    Author Comment

    I just created an Internet connector and mail is now now coming through!  Does that sound correct as there were obviously a number of different connectors I could create?
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    Expert Comment

    Yes That is correct. It is off by default.

    Glad I could help!


    Author Comment

    Thanks very much.  Eased my headache!

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