Friday, 23 January 2009

SBS 2008 - Default Exchange 2007 SP1 Receive Connectors

Here is what they look like in the Exchange snap-in in the Windows SBS Native Tools Management console:


Default SBS 2008 Exchange Receive Connectors

Here are their respective settings (replace SS-SBS for the specific server name):

  • Default SS-SBS
    • General: Default SS-SBS
    • Protocol Logging: None
    • FQDN: SS-SBS.mysbsdomain.local
    • Message Max: 10240
    • Network: Local: 192.168.50.254,
    • Remote: 192.168.50.0-192.168.50.0, 192.168.50.2-192.168.50.255
    • ***Note the absense of the router's IP address (192.168.50.1)
    • Authentication:
      • TLS
      • Basic Authentication
      • Offer Basic only after TLS
      • Exchange Server
      • Integrated.
    • Permissions: Exchange users and servers, Legacy Exchange Servers
  • Windows SBS Fax Sharepoint Receive SS-SBS
    • General: Windows SBS Fax Sharepoint Receive SS-SBS
    • Protocol Logging: None.
    • FQDN: SS-SBS.mysbsdomain.local
    • Message Max: 10240
    • Network: Local: 127.0.0.1 PORT 25, Remote: 127.0.0.1-127.0.0.1
    • Authentication: Basic Authentication only checked.
    • Permission Groups: Anonymous and Exchange.
  • Windows SBS Internet Receive SS-SBS
    • General: Windows SBS Internet Receive SS-SBS
    • Protocoal logging: None.
    • FQDN: remote.mysbsdomain.com
    • Max Message: 10240
    • Network:
      • Use these local IP to receive: 192.168.50.254 PORT 25 (server IP)
      • Receive mail from remote:
        • 0.0.0.0-192.168.49.255
        • 92.168.50.1-192.168.50.1 (gateway/router)
        • 192.168.51.0-255.255.255.255
    • Authentication: TLS only checked.
    • Permission Groups: Anonymous.

Philip Elder
MPECS Inc.
Microsoft Small Business Specialists

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2 comments:

Reynardt said...

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