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I am running exchange 2007. I have allowed some servers to relay mail and added them in the usual way through the GUI in hub transport. I was told if someone added a server to relay through powershell that the server may not be visible through th GUI. Is this correct and is there any docs to back this up
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 500 total points
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What you have been told is not correct.
The GUI basically runs the PowerShell commands in the background. Therefore the information is one and the same.

I would ask the person who told you this to back it up with documentation - I doubt if any exist.

Simon.
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