SMTP Relay Configuration in IIS8

I'm having trouble finding the SMTP relay configuration options in IIS 8. We recently migrated a server and need to allow a handful of IP addresses to access SMTP on it. I've tried Googling for the information, but it seems like every article I found that references 7 or above uses screenshots from 6.
Wesley JohnsonIT AssistantAsked:
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
you have to enable iis6 scripting and management and the smtp role.. it uses the iis 6 management

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Dan McFaddenSystems EngineerCommented:
Make sure SMTP is installed, it is a Feature not included in the Web Server Role.  But, oddly enough, the management tools are hidden under the Web Server Role.

Found here:

The Management tools that need to be installed for SMTP management are the IIS6 options
The SMTP Service is found under features not part of the Web Server Role
If your Role and Feature options match what is shown in the images above, you should be able to find 2 icons for IIS Management:

1. For IIS8 Web and FTP site = Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager
2. For the SMTP Service = Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0 Manager

The IIS Manager Icons look like so:

Old and New IIS Manager Icons
*PS: I renamed the IIS8 icon so I could quickly tell the difference.  I kept clicking on the wrong one!

Wesley JohnsonIT AssistantAuthor Commented:
Thanks guys! It was there, but I think we were looking in the manager section.
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