I need to allow SMTP mail in from a handful of IPs with auth NOT required (Postini), all others must authenticte to send. This was simple in ech 2003, but not as clear in 2013 with several defalt connectors
It looks like it defaukts to 4 connectors on a single box install.
I need to allow SMTP on ports 25 and 587, SSL SMTP on port 465, POP3, and IMAp4.
Authentication is required for all connections except SMTP traffic from a list or range of addresses.
I made a new transport frontend connector called Postini Connector, Scope is the Postini IP range and port 25, security has TLS and vasic, permisssion groups has partner and anonymous. Sound right?
On the Default Frontend connecter scope is all IPs and port 25. Security has all authentications on and permission groups are all on except partners and anonymous/
When I try to send mail from my phone (POP3 works great to pull the mail) i get an error that password auth is not supported. So I disabled "Offer basic authentication only after starting TLS". Now I get user name of password is incorrect. I have domain/user and the password - same as the working POP 3 - but no go. Same error SSL on or off. I didn't set up any other ports, but it fails the same on 25, 587, and 465.
What am I doing wrong?