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  • Bulk Adding domains to address space tab for SMTP Connector

    I have created a new SMTP VS and SMTP Connector in order to implement forced TLS with a customer. The TLS technical aspects work fine, has been validated, but now the customer (large commercial bank) has given me a list of 80 domains to add into the Address Space tab for the connector so all email to thes domains is encrypted.

    I cannot find a way to bulk add the domains for this connectors address space. Looked into ADSIEdit, and while the domains are listed in the properties, its a multivalued field and you cannot "paste/CTRL-V" a list into the field.

    Any suggestions on how to add domains en-masse to a Connector's Address Space? Maybe scripting, LDIF, CSVDE? Suggestions welcome, manual data entry not a fav here and prone to error.

    Thanks!

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    Re: Bulk Adding domains to address space tab for SMTP Connector

    There is no method that I am aware of for automating the entry. Can you can copy and paste in to the field, so that should avoid typos.

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      Re: Bulk Adding domains to address space tab for SMTP Connector

      Thanks for your reply. In the end thats exactly what I did, the copy and paste method. Did not take too long but seems like their ought to be a better way. Guess thats what Exchange 2007 & 2010 are for!

      --Steve

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      • #4
        Re: Bulk Adding domains to address space tab for SMTP Connector

        Hi,

        In Exchange 2007/2010 it's quite easy because of management shell. You just need to know the basics and how shell is working.
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