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  • No Receive Connectors - Exchange 2007

    I searched high and low for an answer to this problem and I haven't found one yet.

    I dont have the option to view my receive connectors in exchange 2007 EMC. I know that there are 2 default connectors but without creating a new one I cant receive external mail. Do I need exchange SP1 or something?

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    Re: No Receive Connectors - Exchange 2007

    Normally under Server Configuration -- Hub Transport
    What do you see there?

    Well worth going to SP3 anyway
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      Re: No Receive Connectors - Exchange 2007

      Under hub transport, these are the options I see:

      Remote Domains Accepted Domains Email Address Policies Transport Rules

      Journaling Send Connectors Edge Subscriptions Anti-Spam

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      • #4
        Re: No Receive Connectors - Exchange 2007

        If you are not already on Exchange 2007 SP3 then I would suggest that you install that to begin with.

        Receive Connectors are a per server setting, so if you are looking in the same screen as you can see Send Connectors, you are looking in the wrong place. Send Connectors are an Org setting.

        Remote Domains etc is Org Config, not Server config as the poster above as already advised.

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