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What is the correct settings to set up a Receive Connector for Exchange 2010 that will allow email from random internal servers (MS SQL server and a Unix server) to send email to emails out in the world?
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Hello,

Are you trying to send email from your internal servers through your exchange?

To relay emails from internal server via our exchange server we need to create relay connector. follow the below link to create relay connector.


http://exchangeserverpro.com/how-to-configure-a-relay-connector-for-exchange-server-2010/

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Imran Shariff
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Hi,

You need to add Ip address of internal servers in Recieve connector
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My problem was I tried to use an IP range that covered my whole network, and I was still allowing Exchange Users to connect. That caused ALL sorts of grief, never do that!

Thanks.
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