Created 021006 Modified 02 10 06
The Exchange 2000 SMTP Page


1.  How can I tell what SP is installed on my Exchange 2000 box?
2.  How do I setup my iR?
3.  How to I access/change the Exchange 2000 SMTP properties?




1.  How can I tell what SP is installed on my Exchange 2000 box?
I borrowed this from one of Daniel Petri's excellent pages
Start, Programs, Microsoft Exchange, System Manager, right-click your server, Properties, General tab make a note of the version number.
4417.5 = Exchange 2000 RTM
4629.1 = SBS 2000 Exchange 2000
4712.7 = Exchange 2000 SP1
5762.4 = Exchange 2000 SP2
6249.4 = Exchange 2000 SP3
6396.1 = Exchange 2000 Post-SP3 Super Roll-up
63xx/64xx = Exchange 2000 Post-SP3 Hotfixes


2.  How do I setup my iR?

Our SMTP server was the following
Windows 2000 Advanced Server SP4
Exchange 2000 SP3 (6249.4)
From an iR4570, here's the settings I used
Additional functions, System settings, Network settings, TCP/IP Settings, DNS Settings
Ensure you have a Domain Name entered here.  The default is blank and newer machines will not send SMTP packets without something in this field

Additional functions, System settings, Network settings, Down to Email/Ifax
SMTP Receipt: On
POP: Off
SMTP Server: 192.168.10.62
Email Address:4570 (Any one worked)
POP Server: Blank
POP Address: Blank
POP Password: Blank
POP Interval: 0
Under Authentication/Encryption
Pop AUTH Method: Standard
Allow SSL (POP): Off
POP Authentication before Sending: Off
SMTP Authentication (SMTP AUTH): On
User: Valid domain user
Psssword: Password for valid domain user
Allows SSL (SMTP Send):Off
Allow SSL (SMTP Receive): Off


3.  How to I access/change the Exchange 2000 SMTP properties?
Here's a chart with perty pictures

Exchange 2000 SMTP properties

Start, Programs, Microsoft Exchange, System Manager
Servers, Server Name, Protocols, SMTP
Right click Default SMTP Server, select Properties

The Defaults SMTP Virtual Server General Tab

The Defaults SMTP Virtual Server Access Tab
The Defaults SMTP Virtual Server Access Tab
Authentication was selected.
Note the default settings

The Defaults SMTP Virtual Server Access Tab
Connection was selected.
Note the default settings

The Defaults SMTP Virtual Server Access Tab
Relay was selected

Here, you can permit relays by any of the following
A single IP address, subnet or domain

Take note of the setting on the bottom
"Allow all computers which successfully authenticate
to relay, regardless of the list above."

The Defaults SMTP Virtual Server Delivery Tab
The Defaults SMTP Virtual Server Access Tab
Advanced was selected

The Defaults SMTP Virtual Server Access Tab
Advanced was selected
Configure was selected
Here you can choose to enter an external DNS
server if necessary



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