Exchange 2010 SMTP Settings

Hi,
We have exchange 2010.

We have RICOH printer. We are not able to send email from that printer.

Can anyone please assist me.

I have changed the smtp settings of printer.

Please assist. Is there anything which i have to allowed from server end.
ashwanijainAsked:
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Simon Butler (Sembee)Connect With a Mentor ConsultantCommented:
What do you want to do?
Do you want to send to internal or external recipients?

If you want to send to external recipients then you need to setup a Connector. These instructions are for Exchange 2007, identical process for Exchange 2010.
http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2006/12/28/3397620.aspx

If you are just sending to internal recipients then ensure that you don't have any restrictions on the Default Receive Connector and it should just work. AV or Antispam might block things though.

Simon.
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Minoru7Commented:
If the printer is attempting to send to an external email account (one not hosted on your Exchange 2010) you will need to enter username/password information to make the connection.  If you are delivering to a local mailbox, then you should be ok with just the server name and port 25.  I don't think that this would make a difference, but it's generally best practice to enter the name of the server as it appears on your Exchange security certificate.
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Rajkumar-MCITPConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Go to EMC -> Server Configuration -> Hub Transport - > Receive connector -> If other printers are able to send emails, you will have a 3rd receive connector -> Go to properties of that receive connector and add this printer IP address

If not you will have to create a new Receive connector

http://exchangeserverpro.com/how-to-configure-a-relay-connector-for-exchange-server-2010
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ashwanijainAuthor Commented:
We only want to send emails only at internal users.

But its not working.
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ashwanijainAuthor Commented:
Hi Now internal mails are working without enable authentication.

But external mails are not working.
I have create a new receive connector but still its not working.

Can anyone please let me know where i have to enter printer IP address in receive connector.

There are two options in connector:-
1. Use this local ip address to receive emails.
2. Receive mails from remote server that have these ip address.

Please assist.
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Rajkumar-MCITPCommented:
You have to add the IP address on the Remote Network settings option

and in the authentication tab, make sure TLS and externally secured are selected and on the permission tab, exchange servers to be selected
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ashwanijainAuthor Commented:
I have done same things. But not working.

Will it take some time to apply these changes?
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Rajkumar-MCITPCommented:
no it wont take time... and there is no need to restart any service to get the changes applied..

I hope you selected Exchange Servers and not Exchange Users.. right?

If you wish, you can restart the transport service to give a try
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ashwanijainAuthor Commented:
yes now its working.

Thanks.
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