Scan to email

Dear All,

We have migrated from exchange server 2010 to 2013,i wanted to know how should i configure scan to email printer and manage engine servers to send emails.

I already went to mail flow settings in ECP and added the printer IP in the receive connectir of CAS server but its still not working is there any additional steps that has to  done.

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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
For this specifically you should create a new Receive Connector called "Scan To Email" Set your authentication to Anonymous and for Networking make sure that you only add the printers IP addresses where you want to allow scan to email. Because most printers cannot "authenticate" you need to use anonymous and define it by IP address of the printer.

SysguysAuthor Commented:
Wht should i put for networking binding settings wht is that?
Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
Leave the Network Binding settings All IPv4 addresses. Click next you will see Remote Server to allow connections from that is where you add all of your Printer IP addresses.

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SysguysAuthor Commented:
Thanks will,last question this has to be done on cAS server right,i have 2 CAS servers in NLB.
Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
All routing is done on the Mailbox Servers. There is a Hub Transport Role (which is on the mailbox server) and there is also a Front End Transport Role ( which is on the CAS server). The mailbox role does the All of the routing and it simply passes through the CAS server. Aside from that CAS does not do any Routing in Exchange 2013.

SysguysAuthor Commented:
So i have to add it on mailbox server???
Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
When you open the EAC (its a web interface, as you know). Upon creating the receive connector you will be asked if you want to create the connector on the Hub Transport or Front End Transport. Make sure that you select Hub Transport which is associated with the Mailbox server Hub Transport Service.


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SysguysAuthor Commented:
thanks it worked
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