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Receive connectors are protocol listeners, conceptually similar in many ways to SMTP virtual servers in Exchange Server 2000/2003 They represent a connection point for SMTP clients
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NOTE The term SMTP client is used to refer to a host that connects to an SMTP server to submit a
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message, irrespective of whether it is an SMTP server (such as an Exchange server) or one running a non-Exchange MTA such as Postfix or Sendmail, or even a computer running an SMTP client such as Microsoft Outlook (in non-MAPI mode), Outlook Express, or Windows Mail For Receive connectors, the connection point is represented by the following: An IP address A TCP port number Remote IP addresses or ranges of IP addresses
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The important aspect to note here is that the notion of a unique binding, in the context of SMTP, has changed An Exchange Server 2000/2003 SMTP virtual server needs to have a unique combination of IP address and port number for it to be able to start In Exchange Server 2007, the third element of RemoteIPRanges has been added to determine the uniqueness of
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the binding The effect: More than one Receive connectors can be bound to the same IP address and port number combination, as long as they have different remote IP ranges This allows you to specify a different set of settings for certain remote IP addresses or ranges of IP addresses, while using the same IP address and port combination Therein lies one of the main differences in the approach taken by Microsoft for Receive connectors, vis -vis SMTP virtual servers, in Exchange Server 2000/2003
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By default, new Hub Transport servers show up with two Receive connectors the default connector and the client connector Default connector The default connector is named Default SERVERNAME It listens on the default SMTP port (TCP port 25) from all IP ranges (0000 255255255255)
NOTE The default Receive connector on Hub Transport servers is not configured to accept e-mail
without authentication In other words, Hub Transport servers cannot receive inbound Internet e-mail out of the box, unlike Exchange Server 2000/2003 Client connector The client connector is named Client SERVERNAME It is bound to TCP port 587 and listens to connections from all IP ranges (0000 255255255255)
Creating New Receive Connectors
New Receive connectors can be created to meet specific requirements, such as allowing unauthenticated relaying for a specific SMTP host, or using another set of a number of parameters that can be configured on Receive connectors, such as receiving larger messages from particular remote SMTP hosts belonging to partners or vendors To create a new Receive connector using the Exchange console, follow these steps: 1 Expand the Server Configuration node and select Hub Transport 2 From the list of Hub Transport servers in the details pane, select the server on which you want to create the new Receive connector 3 In the Action pane, click New Receive Connector to start the New Receive Connector Wizard, shown in Figure 7-7 On the Introduction page, provide the following details and click Next: Name The name identifies the connector Intended Use Use the drop-down to select the intended use of the Receive connector This allows easier configuration of permissions on the connector Available intended uses include the following: Internet Selecting Internet as the intended use type configures the Receive connector to accept unauthenticated e-mail Internal Internal Receive connectors are configured to accept authenticated e-mail from other Exchange servers in the organization Client This option is only available on Hub Transport servers It allows authenticated connections, typically from Exchange Server users who connect
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FIGURE 7-7
Selecting the intended use for a new Receive Connector
to it using protocols such as POP3 and IMAP4 Such clients need an SMTP server from which to send outbound mail Authenticated clients are allowed relaying by default Partner This usage type is meant for creation of a Receive connector that can be configured with specific settings to meet with the requirements for receiving e-mail from partners The connector is configured to receive e-mail with TLS authentication from domains that are configured to the Domain Secure list of the Receive connector Custom This usage type can be used for scenarios that are not covered by the preceding predefined usage types 4 On the Local Network Settings page, provide the following settings and click Next: Local IP Address(es) and Port Select the IP address(es) and port combination on which the Receive connector will be bound The default selection is (All Available) for all available IP addresses that are not used by other Receive connectors in a unique IP address/TCP port number/remote IP ranges combination FQDN The FQDN specified here is displayed in the SMTP banner This parameter is optional By default, the server s fully qualified name is used
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