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New SMTP Receive Connector Wizard > Introduction Page

 

Applies to: Exchange Server 2007 SP3, Exchange Server 2007 SP2, Exchange Server 2007 SP1

Topic Last Modified: 2006-09-17

Use the Introduction page of the New SMTP Receive Connector wizard to set the name and purpose of the Receive connector.

Name

Use this field to specify a name for the Receive connector that will help you distinguish this Receive connector from other Receive connectors in your configuration.

Select the intended use for this Receive connector

Use this field to configure the connector usage type according to how the connector will be used. The usage type determines the permissions that are granted to sessions that connect to the Receive connector and the supported authentication mechanisms. Receive connectors use permission groups to assign permissions to the Receive connector. A permission group is a set of predefined, uneditable permissions that are granted to well-known security principals. Security principals include users, computers, and security groups. A security principal is identified by a security identifier (SID).

  • Client   Client Receive connectors are used to receive e-mail from users of Microsoft Exchange. This connector will be configured to only accept client submissions from authenticated Microsoft Exchange users. The Client usage type is only available for Receive connectors that are configured on Hub Transport servers.
  • Custom   Select this option to create a customized connector that will be used to connect with systems that are not Exchange servers.
  • Internet   Internet Receive connectors are used to receive e-mail from servers on the Internet. This connector will be configured to accept connections from anonymous users.
  • Internal   Internal Receive connectors are used to receive e-mail from servers within your Exchange organization. This connector will be configured to only accept connections from Exchange servers.
  • Partner   Partner Receive connectors are used to receive e-mail from partner domains. This connector will be configured to only accept connections from servers that authenticate with Transport Layer Security (TLS) certificates for SMTP domains that are included in the list of domain-secured domains. You can add domains to this list by using the TLSReceiveDomainSecureList parameter in the Set-TransportConfig command.
To ensure that you are reading the most up-to-date information and to find additional Exchange Server 2007 documentation, visit the Exchange Server TechCenter.
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