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install an alternative client submission virtual server on Exchange 2003

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Hi Experts,

I try to follow this article to create port 587 on Exchange 2003.
http://help.globalscape.com/help/me3/configuring_authenticated_access_to_exchange.htm

In Exchange 2003 section, it asks us to install or create an alternative client submission virtual server.  Could you please advise me how to create it?  

Thank you in advance.

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by:Simon Butler (Sembee)
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It is refering to the SMTP virtual server. Therefore in ESM, under Servers, Protocols, right click on SMTP and choose New Virtual Server.

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Thank you so much.  

I created a new virtual server.   Do I need to do authentication settings?  Which do I need to check?
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You need to follow the instructions from the provider on the configuration.

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