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anonymous relay - 2.Apr.2010 10:47:56 AM   


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I created a receive connector for our internal servers/scripts to relay mail.  I have locked it down so that only certain IPs can access the connector.  For authentication methods allowed, I have tls, basic, and integrated. Selected all permission groups. This works fine except when the from address is not a real address, ie. no-reply@. Many scripts use this so we don't have to monitor replies. Scripts that use a valid AD address work. This was possible in 2003. What did I miss?
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RE: anonymous relay - 2.Apr.2010 11:19:20 AM   


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That's a design change in Exchange 2007.

See http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2006/12/28/432013.aspx for good instructions on how to overcome this.

I tend to use Externally secured.

Incidentally if you authenticate using a domain admin login, that will get around this problem as well.



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