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Client recieve connector gone

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Hello somehow my Client Receive connector is missing from my 2010 exchange server. Can this be recreated using the EMC or does it need to be done using shell? Also how does it need to be setup? Thanks
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Yes you can create Client Receive Connector using EMC or shell also note There are two types of default Receive Connecters.
 
Client [ServerName]

This connector is created when installing a Hub Transport server, accepts email from non-MAPI clients for SMTP relay, and is configured to use port 587. It can accept messages from any IP address and has permission to accept mail from Exchange Users, as they are basically authenticated users. The available authentication methods for use with this connector are: Transport Layer Security (TLS), Basic authentication, Exchange Server authentication, and Integrated Windows authentication. Only Exchange users have permission to use this connector.

Default [ServerName]

Also created upon server installation, this connector is configured to accept email from other hub servers and other servers on port 25 (the universal SMTP port). This connector is also configured to accept messages from any IP address, and it is configured with permissions for use by Exchange users, Exchange servers and legacy Exchange servers. The available authentication methods are: TLS, Basic authentication, and Integrated Windows authentication. Exchange users, Exchange users , Exchange Servers and Exchange Legacy Servers have permission to use this connector.
 
Step by Step Creating Receive Connector,
https://smtpport25.wordpress.com/2010/07/11/exchange-2010-connectors/