• Make sure that the following components are installed in MS Exchange 2010 (open MS Exchange 2010 management console for this):
    • Mailbox Role
    • Client Access Role
    • Hub Transport Role
  • Right-click the container Hub Transport and select the item New Send connections:

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  • Specify a smart host name, choose type Custom and click Next:

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  • Type * in the field Address, leave the default Cost value (1). Check the option Include all subdomains and click OK:

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  • Select the option Route mail through the following smart hosts and type in the mx address as indicated by the sales person or technical support. Click Next:

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* Attention! It is necessary to specify the address indicated by our sales person. Please get in touch with the technical support service if you do not know the address.

  • Select None and click Next.
  • Select your Hub Transport server and click Next.
  • Verify the created smart host configuration. Click New if it is correct.
  • Click Finish when you are through with creating the smart host.
  • In the result, management console tab Send Connectors should contain the created smart host as Enabled:

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