Re: SMTP 25

  • From: "PeterM" <petermags@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 15 Nov 2002 09:08:24 -0000

you need an smtp connector with the local bridgehead of the virtual smtp
look at microsofts' "How To" series of instruction sites.
search for how to configure smtp connector
sorry no more time today, very busy & have to leave on trip...
best of luck, will contact upon return.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Morriz" <>
To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, November 14, 2002 11:20 AM
Subject: [exchangelist] SMTP 25

> Most likely your exchange is not setup correctly, I refer you to my
> earlier
> reply, have you checked those points yet?
> regards
> Peter
> ***********
> Maybe i should start from the beggining and try with your help to
> configure exchange the right way?
> I should start with my domain? may domain is a domain i have created from
>  My Mx record is The name of the mailserver
> is MAIL, Right this far?
> I configured SMTP in the properties in the delivery tab -> advance button
> and in FQDN i have it like this, and in the configure
> button i have my public ip adress setup. Is this right?
> Then i have in the recipients policies configured the default policies
> with my domain like this: And in the global settnings ->
> internet message format i have configured the default like this:
> I dont have any connectors configured etc. Sow that should do it or is
> this way wrong? And my router/firewall is configured to forward all
> request in port 25 for the public ip to the private ip on port 25 to the
> mailserver. Maybe i should try to connect the mailserver directly to the
> internet without a router/firewall to se if this is the problem.
> To bad i cant sen any screenshot to show you how it is configured.
> Thanks peter
> /Morriz
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