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Receive Connector Issue - 23.Nov.2010 4:34:19 PM   
bgibson@wfpcnet.com

 

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I have a customer with a strange receive connector issue. It's probably an easy fix that I'm overlooking. They have Exchange 2007 SP2 on a Windows 2003 R2 x64 server. Recently, a software vendor added a new program on another server for storing scanned images and other document management features for their office. It has a web interface and uses the Microsoft SMTP service for sending copies of the stored files to other users. They configured their SMTP service to use the IP address of the Exchange server as its smarthost. It also sends the messages as the user who is logged into their program. I configured a receive connector on the Exchange server as follows:

Type is Custom
Remote server has the application server's IP address
Authenication is TLS and Externally Secured
Permission Groups are Anonymous, Exchange Users, Exchange Servers, and Legacy Exchange Servers
I have also run the command to give Anonymous user security rights to the connector

No matter how I tweak the settings above, messages coming from the application addressed to users on the local Exchange server never arrive. If the message is addressed to an external domain, it is delivered properly. What am I missing?
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RE: Receive Connector Issue - 25.Nov.2010 1:56:37 AM   
clementrosario

 

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Hi,

Have you granted the relay permission?

Get-ReceiveConnector -identity "Name of the ReceiveConnector" | Add-ADPermission -User "NT AUTHORITY\ANONYMOUS LOGON" -ExtendedRights "ms-Exch-SMTP-Accept-Any-Recipient"

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RE: Receive Connector Issue - 1.Dec.2010 8:48:27 AM   
bgibson@wfpcnet.com

 

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Yes, I ran that command and it completed with no errors. I restarted the transport service and had the customer try sending from the application again. Still didn't work.

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