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Receive Connectors in Exchange 2010

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I have only subnet list in my receive connectors. But I am looking for all IP's  of my  connectors, Relays
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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SO your wanting to check what all can relay or you want to limit to IP rather than Ranges

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by:Lidka
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We are moving to Office 365 and I have about 60 offices with different subnets.
I would love to generate a list of all devices, applications, that are using SMTP relay.
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Thats a Tough one but me currently with Decom for a Exchange 2000 client and working with SMTP logs and work to take data to determine the Relay Applications

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