We are helping out a consultant that is working with a new client that had a previous IT company drop a $15K box down and configure it with ADDS and Exchange … sorta.
For some reason, e-mail stopped flowing at 05:00Hrs this morning.
We ran the Exchange Troubleshooting Assistant and this is what it found:
So, we dug into the Exchange Management Console and this is what we found:
No send connector.
So, we went through and created a new Send Connector:
Gave it a name:
Define the Address space:
This is the result of the above setting:
We left the default for Network settings:
We also left the default for the Source Server:
The overview for the New Connector:
Once the send connector was created, e-mail started to flow as expected.
The box is running Windows Server 2008 with Active Directory, DNS, DHCP, File Services, and Exchange 2007.
Microsoft Small Business Specialists
Co-Author: SBS 2008 Blueprint Book