I followed a guide to allow me to send unauthenticated emails from my exchange server. (cant post link til 4 more posts!)
Ideally though, we would like to lock it down to a domain users authentication. So: Normally in our 2003 enviroments (a few different clients have this setup). We configure a account (extsend)
this is normally used for sending emails from secondary addresses.
In 2010 im struggling to find a way I can setup a relay that would allow us to authenticate a Users (ie. extsend) through the relay..
We also use things such as servicedesk Pro that will automatically send out emails. Currently our server is setup as unauthenicated to allow these emails to send. But this is not ideal by any means.
Ideally this needs to be opened to all IP addresses within the recieve remote mail section – as people on the move who need to send from a secondary account will not always be at particular IP addresses.
Just to note: all users have exchange accounts setup on their outlook clients. They would then have a secondary account that is a POP3 account that is configured onto to send emails using sender authenication of: extsend
Please help! Thanks
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