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Excahnge connector?

We have a 2 server network.  Server 1 is running Server 2008 R2 with Exchange 2010 SP1.  Server 2 is running Server 2008 R2, and is our application server.  One of the applications has an email feature that can send out emails through the Exchange server.  I am new to Exchange 2010, is there a special procedure to set it up so Server 2 can send email through Exchange?

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tmckinney01

8/22/2022 - Mon
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On the hub transport
connector
on the network tab

add the ip addresses on any server or device you wish to send smtp email.

Your exchange server will only except from the listed ip addresses
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MarkMichael

I agree with amit,

Create a new connector... go through the wizard and input the application servers IP address as the source address to be allowed to send from. This should do the trick.
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tmckinney01

Thank you - very clear and accurate advice.
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