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By Surgeon ·
I i'm trying to avoid being black listed by stopping Exchange 2000 relaying. I have disabled the relaying feature in the exchange 2000 virtual server that i have created. but when my ISP runs a test i still shows that my server is relaying.
This seems to be a problem that a couple of my support freinds have recieved too. Any suggestions

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by tom In reply to Exchange Relaying

In exchange system manager, expand "servers" then your server then SMTP. Go to the properties of your server and clik on the relay button. Select "only the list below" and then add your domain and any connector domains that you might have. I have two connectors. Then you must go to any connectors and on your "address space" page change the address from the wildcard "*" which is what Microsoft tells you to put there. And put in the actual domain name. Check the box to allow authenticated users to relay. This is what I did and it worked for me. I did this just yesterday. Let me know how it goes.

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by Surgeon In reply to Exchange Relaying

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by Ronald Stewart In reply to Exchange Relaying

You should also check the information in Microsoft Knowledge Base article Q304897. Sometimes Exchange 2000 servers may appear to be relaying when they're not.

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