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I have a separate domain on my exchange server and want to create a connection for outgoing and incoming that uses mandatory TLS for the site.

I've made all the dns changes so mail points to my server for the domain, I've setup the domain as an accepted domain.

What next?
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by:irweazelwallis
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that should be it

Add the accepted domain in exchange
Add a send connector that enforces TLS - you won't be able to force it for a source domain only destination domain that you want TLS with

Receive connector that accepts TLS - if you have a separate Smart host then this will make it easier but its not a problem accepting TLS for all

then test - you can use telnet to test or you can use http://www.checktls.com/
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by:dannyfccs
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can you set it so that when somebody sends a mail that if it isn't using TLS it will fail?
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yes you can
this gives the detail

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj839710(v=exchg.141).aspx

basically its setup specific receive connector for a sending domain that requires TLS and doesn't fail back to to anything
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is that for receiving too?
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what I'm trying to say is that if I send a mail to a specific domain and don't use tls I want it to reject from my end.
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so if somebody sends me one.
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by:irweazelwallis
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yes you can do that.

you set the receive connector up set the scope of who can connect to it i.e. @google.com and then set the permissions to only accept TLS
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by:nashim khan
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Hi,

Just see the below link it will guide you to understand your query.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb690954(v=exchg.141).aspx
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