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Connect to Internet issues in SBS2008

Posted on 2014-11-14
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On running the Connect to the Internet wizard in SBS2008 this fails with "Windows SBS did not properly configure your email." Most common solution for this seems to be http://support.microsoft.com/kb/974979 which advises to Create a new receive connector by the name "Default <servername> in Exchange EMC. However on attempting this in EMC when I click on Server Config/Hub Transport, it says "your exchange organization has no servers with the hub transport role installed". But despite looking everywhere I'm not seeing how to install the hub transport role.
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Is this a  new installation?
The hub transport role is installed by default by the SBS installer. It would be very unusual for it to fail to install during the build.
Has the server been updated? It is on Exchange 2007 Sp3? If not, then I would start by installing that.

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