Monday, June 11, 2012 4:59 AMhello all, I thought this would be an easy find. anyway in a corporate environment. exchange server 2010 has an smtp address? if so where in the configuration will i find it, if not and I have an app that needs the ingoing and outgoing smtp address what else can I use? I kind of understand if it does not have one I can create one in the hub transport and is there an mx record involved? I am the jr I.T. guy tasked with finding out the process on this. thank you for your help.
Monday, June 11, 2012 8:19 AM
If your application just needs to send then you can create a new receive connector for it. If it needs to send and receive then it will need a mailbox on your Exchange server. What protocols does the application support MAPI, IMAP, POP3?
Monday, June 11, 2012 10:56 AM
it says pop3,
If it just needs to send I create a receive connector, I've been seeing a lot of how too's on that,
but the app still needs the smtp address? how do I get that or where do I find or create that?
If it needs to send and receive then I create a mailbox and create a pop3 connector cool stuff :-)
question how do I find what the mx record is and where it is located?
Tuesday, June 12, 2012 5:54 AMHi
How to Use Nslookup to Verify MX record configuration
Mx recorder is stored in DNS
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Tuesday, June 12, 2012 9:12 AMThe SMTP address with be the name or ip address of you hub transport server. If you only have one server with multiple roles then it will be the name or ip address of that server.
Thursday, June 14, 2012 3:24 AM
its an internal address and internal ip, that does not seem right?
can that be used for the incoming and outgoing smtp address? I did a nslookup then a set q=mx that gave me something different.
its something like inatlamail.mycompany.priv
when I ping it I get an internal ip address
Thursday, June 14, 2012 8:16 AMIs your application internal and and the same network as your Exchange server - it would use the internal IP to contact the Hub transport server which would then relay either internally or externally if required.
Monday, June 18, 2012 6:37 PM
ok, I see a hub transport header in exchange 2010, i read that the send and receiver connector should be setup there?
let me ask this again to be safe, I have a program that is asking for the inbout email pop server, u/n and p/w and the
outbound e-mail smpt server u/n and p/w and return address. if I can find this ifno on exchange server 2010, I need to create an smtp send and receive mail connector? and I just create this info to what I want it to be? I read something bout mx record, how do I point the connector to that?
Monday, June 18, 2012 8:28 PM
HI, you need to allow your application server relay off your CAS servers , here is the link explaining how to configure and test the relay.
Allow Application relay server relay off Exchange 2010 HTS server.
Monday, June 18, 2012 8:41 PM
this is an internal appliance that can be configured to send email alerts. The appliance is called sensaphone
Can I still use/try the technique you have in your link does it still apply to my situation?
Tuesday, June 19, 2012 6:29 AM
Yes, it falls into the same category as an application server. You don't need to create another send connector, just a receive connector.
Sunday, July 08, 2012 1:08 PM
hello all, I used http://www.mxtoolbox.com/SuperTool.aspx put my companies domain name. and ran a smtp test which gave me my outside smtp address. and ip. I ran a ping test could not ping it from inside, boss said blocked by firewall does that make sense? do you normally block your outside smtp ip address?
btw the nslookup command gives me the same info as the mxtoolbox but u have to run the nslookup from outside your network to get the outside info, if u do it from inside your network you get inside info.