All rights reserved. Default receive connector only allow you to relay message to internal users (anonymous accesss on default receive connector). To verify, SMTP is setup on the exchange 2010 server. regard Robert Reply Tim Pillay says June 15, 2011 at 7:42 pm we needed a 3rd party app that worked fine with relay on ex2003 but ex2010 kept giving us 5.7.1 Source
If possible use a dedicated network interface with its own IP that is *not* registered in DNS for the relay connector. Turns out, when M$ says to separate email addresses with a ";" they actually mean "; " (note the space). :-/ Reply Charles says October 2, 2013 at 12:35 pm Hi I've read in other forums/websites you need the original non Service Pack 2003 disc to uninstall successfully, but we do not have it anymore and I cannot find it on the Reply EK says November 29, 2013 at 12:36 pm Hi Bisi, Is the sender a valid user mailbox or a dummy email address only?
Thanks - Reply Paul Cunningham says November 2, 2012 at 8:25 am Gotcha. what happens if you have a mix of authenticated and non-authenticaed servers that need to relay. Reply SeanC says January 27, 2012 at 12:36 pm Hi Paul Great Article and your solution was just what i was after.
Reply Paul Cunningham says May 2, 2012 at 8:22 pm Yes. Thanks for mentioning this extra tip. this started out as a decommission of old 2003 exchange server. Exchange 2010 Unable To Relay From Internal Server As far as my firewall is concerned, everything is good.
May 28, 2012 at 12:23 PM Anonymous said... 550 5.7.1 Unable To Relay Exchange 2010 Imap I typed the 5.7.1 error into Google and your site showed up with the correct answer on how to configure for relaying. Then check your permission groups. Up until about 48 hours ago I had full access to a clustered 2010 exchange environment but I'm on to a new job and scrambled my old passwords.
hotmail.com) they get the 550 5.7.1 Unable to relay bounce back error. Exchange 2010 Receive Connector Thanks for getting back to me on this. Thus the IP was the client IP of the farm and not the actual IP of the copier. But you're saying that this should be OK?
Thanks Reply Kevin says April 17, 2012 at 5:37 am Thanks for this, although I am unable to get Exchange to relay in my particular situation. What I recommend instead is creating a connector with the all the same settings as your Default Receive Connector, except specifiy the Linux box IP as the only remote IP address, 550 5.7.1 Unable To Relay Exchange 2013 External If you are experiencing a similar issue, please ask a related question Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity Cannot expand the folder in Outlook 6 35 22d Why this mailbox Ms-exch-smtp-accept-any-recipient He received a 5.7.1 unable to relay error.
Is there a more secure way to configure this kind of relay ? this contact form You will need to restart exchange for this to take effect. I created a receive connector for the Linux server, but I am not sure if I configured it right. Reply Paul Cunningham says November 2, 2012 at 7:58 pm You can share the listening/local IP address and it will work, but you need to be careful not to cause unexpected Exchange 2010 Allow Smtp Relay Authenticated Users
Thanks for your help, worked a treat! If you are send to a group of users, you need to set the Group type in AD from Distribution group to Security Group. this started out as a decommission of old 2003 exchange server. http://mixtecadigital.com/exchange-2010/unable-to-relay-exchange-2010-external.html You should start from the basics and verify that you can ping the Exchange server from the application server, telnet to the Exchange server on port 25 from the app server,
Reply Nick says April 5, 2013 at 6:47 am Thank a million! Exchange 2010 Relay Logs If I add single ip address for e.g. 192.168.1.10/24 it takes full ip range 192.168.1.0/24. Kindly suggest.
Permanent solution is to have your DNS settings correctly configured. I encountered the problem when I completed the setup of a new Kiwi Syslog server which allowed me to send VMware Data Recovery reports and logs to and in turn email Anonymous users? 0 Message Active today Accepted Solution by:precisionit precisionit earned 0 total points ID: 399202612014-03-11 Okay so I figured out a solution, I am posting this so the other Exchange 2010 External Relay Domain For anyone who reads this later, the expected 220, actual 500 error was fixed by altering the authentication settings for the internet receive connector in exchange 2010.
Then review the protocol logs to see which connector is actually handling the connections you're interested in. I'm a little confused by your setup, not to ask more questions, but I'm sure you have a good reason - it just makes sense to me to run Autodiscover and Reply Misha Verhoeven says August 26, 2013 at 8:37 pm Hey Paul, On our Exchange 2010 servers we have 2 nic's configured, one for the client network and one for the http://mixtecadigital.com/exchange-2010/unable-to-relay-exchange-2010-edge.html For relay to internet users, you must have to create one new receive connector and configure it for relay.
Are you saying that your server was an open relay? I'd suggest double checking that your MX record points to the correct external address. No inbound mails are expected. 3.