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MS Exchange 2007 - 3rd party application

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Last Modified: 2013-12-29
Hello everyone,

We have a third party application that runs on a server external to our organization. This application needs to send emails from a mailbox on our Exchange 2007 server, so that the emails going out appear to be coming from this email address and any bounce backs are routed back to the third party application on the external server so that they can deal with it.
 
Is there a way that we can accomplish this? If so, how? I presume it has something to do with creating a new receive connector and specifying the external server’s IP address as the only server allowed to do this. I’m just uncertain about all of the steps involved that will make this happen.

Thank you all in advance for reading/answering my questions

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