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  • Allowing Authenticated Users to relay

    We do this now with our iMail Server. Users not on our network POP their mail and are able to send SMTP through us to other domains for which we are not authoritative for, but they have to authenticate. I believe Exchange 2003 had this feature, but how is it done in 2007?

    Thanks in advance
    Last edited by targetboy; 20th May 2008, 16:43. Reason: more descriptive title

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    Re: Allowing Authenticated Users to relay

    There is no direct replacement for this feature in Exchange 2007. Exchange 2003 allowed it because it was built on top of IIS. Exchange 2007 has its own SMTP engine so is more restrictive. It will only allow authenticated relaying for domains that it knows about.

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