You use a TCP/IP X.400 service MTA stack with an X.400 connector
to connect an Exchange server to another system. The server on
which you install the stack processes all messages from TCP/IP
X.400 connectors that reference the stack.
The advantage of a TCP/IP X.400 connector is that it enables you
to run X.400 messaging systems on a TCP/IP network. Because TCP/IP
X.400 messaging systems are the most common messaging systems,
there is a greater probability that a remote messaging server
supports TCP/IP than the other X.400 connector types.
Right-click X.400, click New, and then click
TCP/IP X.400 Service Transport Stack.
On the General tab, type a name for this transport
stack. The default is TCP (servername). You cannot change
this name after you create the stack.
(Optional) To further define the connector address for cases in
which other services or applications are using the same transport
stack, on the General tab, click OSI to type OSI address
information. For the display of the address information, select
Hexadecimal or Text. Type hexadecimal characters or
text characters for the T selector (transport service access
point), S selector (session service access point), and P
selector (presentation service access point).
(Optional) To add notes regarding administration of this stack,
such as details about the remote system, on the Details tab,
in Administrative note, type pertinent information.
(Optional) After you create the X.400 stack, you can view the
connectors that are using the stack by viewing the
Connectors tab. You can only delete a stack when no
connectors are using it. Thus, before you delete a stack you must
either delete the connectors using it or configure them to use a
different stack. By viewing the Connectors tab, you do not
need to check all your connectors to see if they are using the