An X.400 connector is
provided primarily to enable connection to foreign X.400 message
systems and service providers. For X.400 connectors, you can define
only a single host for the local and remote bridgehead servers. For the TCP/IP X.400
connector, you use the Stack tab to specify the remote
server to which you are connecting.
Right-click Connectors, click New, and then
select TCP X.400 Connector.
On the General tab, in Name, type the connector
name that is displayed in System Manager.
On the General tab, under Remote X.400 name,
click Modify. In Remote Connection Credentials, in
Remote X.400 name, type the name of the remote X.400
connector on the remote server (the remote connector name defaults
to the remote server name). In Password, type the password
for the remote X.400 connector. In Confirm password, re-type
On the Address Space tab, click Add. Select an
address type, and then in Address Properties, type all
- OR -
On the Connected Routing Groups tab, click Add. On
the General tab, in Organization, type the name of
the organization that contains the routing group to which you want
to connect, and then, in Routing Group, type the name of the
routing group to which you want to connect.
Note The organization must
exist on an Exchange server so that the naming conventions are
known. You can also type address space information and cost
on the Routing Address tab. By default, the address space is
created from the organization and routing group names, and the cost
If the remote system is not an Exchange server, on the
Advanced tab, clear the Allow Exchange contents check
box. If you don't clear the check box, addresses on messages are in
domain name form and not in X.400 form, and replies are not
On the Stack tab, select Remote host name or
IP Address, and then in Address, type the
Domain Name System (DNS) name of the remote
X.400 server to which you are connecting or enter the remote
server's IP address.
(Optional) To limit message size, on the Content
Restrictions tab, in Allowed sizes, select the Only
messages less than (KB) check box, and then type in a maximum
message size in kilobytes.
(Optional) To further define the connector address in cases
where other services or applications are using the same transport
stack, on the Stack tab, click OSI to type OSI address