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Can't send mail without authenticating the sender.

Postby SGVucmlr » Sat, 06 Mar 2004 21:36:05 GMT

Hello

I have a Antivirus program that I have configured to send an e-mail when it finds a virus. The only thing a can set in the SMTP-properties in the Antivirus program is the name/ip-address of the mailserver. The mailserver is Exchange 2000. The problem is that the mailserver doesn't send any mail from the Antivirus program. I think it's like this because the mailserver requires username and password. How can I configure Exchange 2000 to except and send mail without authentication? I want computers in our LAN to send mail via the Exchangeserver.

Thank you

/Henrik

Re: Can't send mail without authenticating the sender.

Postby Lanwench [MVP - Exchange] » Sat, 06 Mar 2004 23:44:25 GMT

You can allow the IP address of the server running the antivirus product to
relay in your SMTP server properties.

Note - if this is for e-mail viruses, might want to consider turning off
notification entirely. It serves no real purpose anymore as it will reply to
the seeming sender of a message, who probably really *wasn't* the sender.
Most viruses spoof the sender's address.







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