I'm having a few small issues sending mail to a certain client and this has caused me to look into things a bit further and I have a couple of queries.
I have noticed that under the General Tab of both Send and Receive connectors for Windows SBS they display remote.servername.co.uk is this correct or should it be mail.servername.co.uk.
I assume that this is the FQDN for our server as well?
The MX record at our host is set to Priority 0 at mail.servername.co.uk
Please excuse my ignorance here if I'm asking what you deem as foolish questions but I'm not really an IT person but have always managed to muddle my way through looking after our companies server.