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dphenicie -> New installation only sends locally (28.Apr.2011 1:53:04 PM)

Hello, I am new to the exchange server role. I would really appreciate any help you have to offer.

As of right now i can send an e-mail to someone else in the domain, but not externally for example a Gmail Account.

My setup as of right now is the following :

Exchange Server 2010 on ip address 10.180.1.13.
Domain Controller with Windows Server ip 10.180.1.10

I imported all the user accounts from my domain.

I created a send connector "outgoing.mydomain.com"
Type : SMTP
Address : *
Cost : 1

It is currently set up to use DNS MX records to route mail.

I went through my domain registrar and created a subdomain "mail.mydomain.com" and created a A record to link it to my External IP address of my company.

I then created a MX record for "mydomain.com" to link to "mail.mydomain.com"

I created a recieve connector to allow ALL ip address and annonymous users.

I believe that is the bulk of the configuration i have performed so far. I am obviously missing something pretty important.

Again any help would be very much appreciated. Thanks for your time!




dphenicie -> RE: New installation only sends locally (28.Apr.2011 1:55:15 PM)

I also forgot to mention, whenever i added the email to my outlook it automaticaly added the server and i had no configuration options there, Not sure if it is related to my outlook and not my Server.

When i try to send a test e-mail and do a send/recieve all i do not get any errors. I only see a send status bar though, none for recieve.




dphenicie -> RE: New installation only sends locally (29.Apr.2011 10:10:10 AM)

I found one of my issues is port 25 being blocked by my ISP. They offer a upgraded package that does not have port 25 blocked but its more than double our current service price to get that. Of course it is a faster speed but we are not really in need of a faster speed.

From what the tech guy from armstrong/zoom said i can use any port over 1024?
How true is this and can someone point me in the right direction for changing from port 25?

Any responses? HELP!? Thanks a lot![8|]




de.blackman -> RE: New installation only sends locally (29.Apr.2011 10:19:42 AM)

How to change SMTP port 25 to another port in Microsoft Exchange Server
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/274842

I always discourage my clients from changing default ports because that is when issues begin! These ports have been selected as default for a reason and trying to find a workaround could potentially break things but there if your article and I strongly recommend that you configure Exchange the correct way and pay that extra for a proper connection as opposed to finding a workaround!

Lets say you have an application running on a server that requires to send emails out through Exchange. By changing the ports on exchange you have to reconfigure all your applications to use this new port as opposed to the standard default they already know PLUS if you change the port again, you will have to reconfigure the applications (endless cycle!) but the choice is yours[8|].

Good Luck!




dphenicie -> RE: New installation only sends locally (29.Apr.2011 10:41:38 AM)

Thanks for the response. I was looking at using DynDNS SMTP.
http://www.dyndns.com/services/?via=topnav

to change the port. currently my domain registrar is providing the MX record but only supports going out to standard port 25.

I will let the owner make the decision whether he wants to pay the additional cost for the service.

Thanks again!




dphenicie -> RE: New installation only sends locally (29.Apr.2011 1:20:22 PM)

Maybe you can answer something else for me. So i am going to attempt a re director to push me to another port.

I am using online tools to check for the open port i chose. The port is coming up as closed, even know my ISP said anything over 1024 is free game.

i created a inbound and outbound exclusion in the firewall to allow traffic on these ports.

What else do i need to perform to open the new port? Do i need to perform any other configurations to the windows firewall to host an exchange 2010 server?




Marc.dekeyser -> RE: New installation only sends locally (25.May2011 9:02:03 AM)

Well you'd need to open the port on the windows firewall for incoming traffic as installing exchange will only open up the default ports...




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