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SBS 2011 Exchange 2010 cant telnet on port 25 from another server

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Configuring mail marshall on a new sbs2011 install. It wont release email to the new server. i get a connection failed on port 25 when i test by telnet. I have added the ip address of the server into the receive connector and set anonymous access
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You can use the netstat command (netstat -abn would be a good start) to check that Exchange is in fact listening on port 25, but I imagine it's probably being blocked by the firewall - are you checking using telnet from the server itself, elsewhere on your network, or outside? On sbs2011 you'd not normally manually need to add firewall exceptions for Exchange - have you run the "connect to the internet" and "choose my internet address" wizards from the SBS console home page?
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