I am employed by a software company and part of our program uses an Exchange server to relay email notifications. The program works as an SMTP client and must be able to send email to external email address.
In the past I have assisted our smaller clients with setting up the relay on their Exchange servers. Although I am familiar with the process in Microsoft Exchange 2008, I can't seem to recreate the same thing in Exchange 2003.
First off, here are the settings I use when creating a new relay connector under the Server Configuration>Hub Transport heading in Exchange 2008:
Enable Transport Layer Security (TLS)
Basic Authentication - Offer basic authentication only after starting TLS
Exchange Server Authentication
Integrated Windows Authentication
Under "Use these local IP addresses to receive mail"
All IPv4 and v6 addresses
Under the "Receive mail from remote servers that have these IP addresses"
Address range for client
Legacy Exchange Servers
So, how would I create a relay like the one I have listed in 2003 Exchange?
Thanks in advance for any assistance you may provide.