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  • Installing a MTA connection for Exchange 2003

    Hi guys.

    I am installing a server that is going to be running windows 2003 server STD edition. On top of it i want to install exchange 2003.

    However with Exchange 5.5 you had to create an Internet Mail Service connection only then would mail come in and out. How do you create on of these in 2003?

    I know that 2003 interacts with Active Directory and creates more tabs on the users profile to assign them an email address etc etc. Does 2003 create an auto Internet Mail Service.

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    Re: Installing a MTA connection for Exchange 2003

    The connector created auto. only in SBS server. You dont need in Exchange 200x to setup SMTP connector to get/send emails.

    However,in some cases (like you need to relay emails) you can setup connector:

    http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/...Connector.html

    Regards,

    Yuval
    Best Regards,

    Yuval Sinay

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yuval14, Blog: http://blogs.microsoft.co.il/blogs/yuval14

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      Re: Installing a MTA connection for Exchange 2003

      OK scenario time.

      I have a 5.5 exchange running a windows 2000 server box.
      Can i run a win2k3 server with exchange 2003 on it without any hassles from the 5.5 box? So in other words can the two of them cohabitate the same space? Or will the 2003 box try and take over?

      Computer names are as follows "mail" and "mailtest". "Mail" being the 5.5 box.

      Just wanna make sure before i install it and it pokes my network for some reason i haven't thought of.

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