Last post Aug 13, 2007 09:29 AM by alex.r
Aug 11, 2007 12:04 PM|alex.r|LINK
Is it possible for internal devices to use Exchange's SMTP to send emails outside of the company? How would that be configured?
Aug 12, 2007 12:13 PM|PowerK6|LINK
Of course you can use SMTP/POP.
The settings are same with other normal smtp/pop email accounts.
Here is a sample for how to configure outlook express:
1. create a mail account in OE, use your CAS server's FQDN as the POP3/SMTP server name;
2. Use your email address as the username, and type its pwd;
3. On the Server Tab of your email account properties page, under Outgoing Mail server
filed, check "My server requires authentication", then click Settings, to make sure
"Use same settings as my incoming mail server" option is selected;
4. On Advanced Tab, next to Incoming mail (POP3), select "This server requires a secure connection (SSL)". This is for POP3s
For SMTP, you can use both SMTP and SMTPs (ESMTP) . If you want to secure smtp communication, then select "This server requires a secure connection (SSL)" next to SMTP field.
At last, make sure you FW allow the connection of SMTP/ESMTP port 25 and POP3s port
Aug 13, 2007 09:29 AM|alex.r|LINK