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Let s also take a look at authentication mechanisms available to Send connectors Send connectors are used to send outbound mail If delivering mail to Internet hosts by looking up DNS records, the Send connector requires no authentication Authentication is only available to Send connectors when a smarthost is configured Generally this is done to route outbound mail through a non-Exchange MTA or an ISP/service provider s mail hosts Send connectors on Edge Transport servers delivering inbound mail to Hub Transport servers also treat the Hub Transport servers as smarthosts (see Figure 7-10)
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are those from the smarthosts security context In other words, if an ISP s mail hosts are being used as smarthosts, the security credentials are provided by the ISP Basic authentication is also the only authentication mechanism that requires credentials to be specified
Table 7-7 details the authentication mechanisms available to Send connectors: Now that you understand these authentication mechanisms, let s take a look at the permissions that can be assigned to the senders: Receive connector permissions Receive connectors have a higher number of permissions that can be used to granularly control what each sender can do, as detailed in Table 7-8 Send connector permissions Send connectors have a limited set of permissions, as detailed in Table 7-9 Three of the four permissions available control which headers are sent in outbound messages and which ones get removed
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Authentication settings are available to Send connectors only when a smarthost is
Part III:
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Authentication Mechanism None BasicAuth
Description Smarthost allows anonymous access with no authentication Basic authentication transmits passwords in cleartext It s best to use this with TLS encryption, by setting the RequireTLS parameter to $true If RequireTLS is set to $true, no certificate validation is performed If multiple smarthosts are configured on the Send connector, all smarthosts should allow the same username and password Unlike BasicAuth used with the RequireTLS parameter set to $true, when authentication is set to BasicAuthRequireTls, certificatevalidation checks are performed on the certificate presented by the sending host For this mechanism to succeed, the Certificate Revocation List (CRL) of the CA issuing the certificate presented should be reachable, and the FQDN of the certificate should match the FQDN used as a smarthost on Send connectors This authentication mechanism is used for internal connectors When the AuthMechanism parameter is set to ExternallySecured, Exchange assumes authentication is performed using an external method that it has no knowledge or control of, such as IPSec
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TABLE 7-7 Send Connector Authentication Options
Permission ms-Exch-Smtp-Submit ms-Exch-Smtp-Accept-Any-Recipient
Description A sender should have this permission to be able to submit a message to a Receive connector This permission allows the sender to submit messages to recipients in domains other than the accepted domains configured in an Exchange organization In effect, this permission allows the sender to relay to external domains If this permission is denied to a sender, Exchange performs a sender-spoofing check, disallowing messages where the sender is from an accepted domain This permission can be denied to anonymous senders on Internet-facing Receive connectors to avoid receiving mail where the sender appears to be from a domain for which Exchange is authoritative This permission allows previous versions of Exchange Server to submit messages from internal senders to Exchange Server 2007 Receive connectors
ms-Exch-Smtp-Accept-Any-Sender
ms-Exch-SMTP-Accept-Authentication-Flag
TABLE 7-8 Receive Connector Permissions
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Permission ms-Exch-Accept-Headers-Routing ms-Exch-Accept-Headers-Organization
Description If this permission is not granted, Exchange strips all Received headers from the message If this permission is not granted, Exchange strips all Exchange organization headers those starting with X-MS-Exchange-Organization from message headers If this permission is not granted, Exchange strips all Exchange forest headers those starting with X-MSExchange-Forest from message headers XEXCH50 is an ESMTP verb used by legacy (Exchange Server 2000/2003) servers to transfer messages to other Exchange servers in the organization This permission allows the use of XEXCH50 verb MAPI properties of a message such as SCL values are transferred by Exchange Server 2000/2003 servers using the XEXCH50 extension This permission allows submission of messages exceeding the MaxMessageSize configured on the Receive connector This permission allows messages submitted in the session to bypass Exchange Server s anti-spam filters
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