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Hi Experts,

after installation of EXCH2013 I have several receive connectors.
  • Default Frontend
  • Default Proxy
  • Client Frontend
  • Client Proxy
  • Outbound Proxy Frontend

Can you explain these 5 ?
Do I need them ?
Can I change them to settings of my EXCH2007 receive connectors ?
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IMO, the receive connectors created during the Exchange installation shouldn't be deleted or need to be changed.  But if you must change one, I suggest changing the Default Frontend to include the addresses you need to relay from.

Here is a TechNet article describing the receive connectors in Exchange 2013 ... https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa996395(v=exchg.150).aspx

If you have a custom receive connector on your Exchange 2007 server, use this article to "migrate" to a new "relay" receive connector for Exchange 2013...

https://oddytee.wordpress.com/2016/04/06/migrate-remote-ip-addresses-to-a-new-relay-connector/
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