RES: Relaying Problem

  • From: "Tiago de Aviz" <Tiago@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 28 Jan 2004 15:28:53 -0200

Your server (site 2) becomes an Open Relay? Or site 1? I think only site 1 
would be dangerous staying as an open relay, since it's the one that has 
contact with the Internet.
You could make the processes faster and more easier to administer by making all 
Exchange server relay messages to the Internet thru Site 1.
Hope I help out with something!!
Tiago de Aviz

        -----Mensagem original----- 
        De: Harinder Singh [mailto:harinders@xxxxxxxxxxxx] 
        Enviada: qua 1/28/2004 11:56 
        Para: [ExchangeList] 
        Assunto: [exchangelist] Relaying Problem
        Here is the Setup.
        4 Exchange 5.5 sites connected through IMC.
                                                             |-- Site3
        Internet ------Site 1-------Site 2------  |    
                                                     |-- Site4
        Site 3 & 4  are configured to forward all mails to Site 2.
        Site 2  Configured to Route mails to site 1,3 & 4 Respectively.
        Site1 is connected to the internet Cloud & all External Mails of the
        organization enter &  exit through the site1.
        I manage the site 2 .Exchange 5.5 SP4 running on Win2K SP 4.I was
        implementing VPN on the Exchange server .Added a Global IP on the 
Server &
        checked the VPN.Every thing works fine but the server becomes an open 
        .In IMC on the routing tab I checked Hosts & Clients with these IP 
        & Left it blank .Now the Server no longer relays but the problem is 
sites 3
        & 4 are unable to send internet mails .Users get error 550 unable to 
        Even adding the IP address of Site 3 & 4  Servers in Hosts & Clients 
        these IP box has not helped.
        Pls Help.
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