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How configure a Send Connector in exchange 2013?

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Hello I'm beginning whit exchange 2013. I need to configure a send connector to use a Relay server (Required for our ISP).

The data are  the name: xxxxmail.ISP.domain   port 587 and  user is no authenticated.

Mi problem is that I don't know where to configure the smtp port.

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try this (exchange management shell)

Set-SendConnector -Identity "<connector name>" -Port 587
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I thanks for your answers. Seth2740 your answer was clear and direct I prefer to use Use console but....
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