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add basic authentication to exchange 2013 smart host

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Trying to add basic authentication to exchange 2013 smart host but unsure what user name and password is required. The Smart Host is a Barracuda Email Security Gateway. In the Exchange console adding a smart host, is it asking for the barracuda or Exchange admin credentials? (or should I leave it at 'none'). Thanks
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Thanks but no, we are not using the 'cloud' service, we have a physical box (on site filtering) and a physical Exchange (13) on site. On the Exchange interface, I am setting up a smart host. Are you saying that I don't need a smart host?
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Fixed. I contacted Barracuda and they sent me this link: https://www.barracuda.com/support/knowledgebase/50160000000Ieo0
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This link resolved the issue
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