Applies to: Exchange Server 2007 SP3, Exchange Server
2007 SP2, Exchange Server 2007 SP1
Topic Last Modified: 2006-09-14
Use the Introduction page of the New SMTP Send Connector wizard to specify the name and purpose of the Send connector.
Use this field to specify a name for the Send connector that will help you distinguish this Send connector from other Send connectors in your configuration.
- Select the intended use for this Send connector
Use this field to configure the connector usage type according to how the connector will be used. The usage type determines the default permission sets that are assigned on the connector and grants those permissions to trusted security principals. Security principals include users, computers, and security groups. A security principal is identified by a security identifier (SID).
- Custom Select this option to create a
customized connector that will be used to connect with systems that
are not Exchange servers.
- Internal Internal Send connectors are
used to send e-mail to servers in your Exchange organization. This
connector will be configured to route e-mail to your internal
Exchange servers as smart hosts.
- Internet Internet Send connectors are
used to send e-mail to the Internet. This connector will be
configured to use Domain Name System (DNS) MX records to route
- Partner Partner Send connectors are
used to send e-mail to partner domains. This connector will be
configured to only allow connections to servers that authenticate
with Transport Layer Security (TLS) certificates for Simple Mail
Transfer Protocol (SMTP) domains that are included in the list of
domain-secured domains. You can add domains to this list by using
the TLSSendDomainSecureList parameter in the
- Custom Select this option to create a customized connector that will be used to connect with systems that are not Exchange servers.