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How to Relay mail??

By melissa ·
We are running Exchange 2000 on a Windows 2000 server. Our internal users are running a an emulation package to access our Unix machine. We have a program call Vsi Fax set up on our Unix machine that allows us to send faxes via our system. We are now trying to set it up to email from our system and on the Vsi fax side its fine because we can send internally, but externally its not working. The messages are just being queued up. I thought all I needed to do was to add the Unix servers IP address in the Relay restriction tab and grant access, but still nothing!

So, what I am asking is how do I set up relay mail?

Hope this all makes sense...

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by melissa In reply to How to Relay mail??

I have added the Unix Ip address into Exchange on the 2000 server.

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by Neo330 In reply to How to Relay mail??

You need to set up a virtual server under the smtp configuration and also make sure that they can authenticate. Did you enable mail relay? That's something that you would have to enable. It's disabled by default when you install Exchange 2000.

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How do I enable mail relay? How can I tell if its disabled?

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