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    Hi Friends.

    We are using Exchange 2007 SP1 enterprise edition in our company. We have installed hub/mail server role in 1 server and cache server on another server. We are not using edge transport server.

    Now we want to implement TLS for particular domain, so that all the mails from our domain to specific domain should be encrypted. How can i enable for this specific domain. I have check the ESM and see a option to enable the TLS but it will be applied for the all outside domains. Please help me to implement the same.

    Thanks
    Atp

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    Re: TLS implementation

    Exchange supports opportunist TLS, so if the other site already supports it, then there is nothing to do on Exchange itself.
    You can create a second Send Connector to send email via TLS for that domain. You will need to adjust the default Send Connector cost to 2, so that it is used second, then configure specific address spaces on the new Send Connector with a cost of 1.

    For inbound email, as long as the remote site is asking for TLS and you have a valid certificate enabled for SMTP then it will just work, no further changes required.

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    • #3
      Re: TLS implementation

      Thanks Simon for your suggestion.

      Thanks
      Atp

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