This article will cover how you setup your Exchange 2013 server to send outbound messages through MPmail.
- A valid MPmail Customer
- Exchange 2013 server
- The customers external mail server IP address entered into the Outbound Relay in MPmail
Access EAC (Exchange Admin Center)
Internal access: https://<CASServerName>/ecp
You will be presented with the following EMC options:
- Recipients - This is where you’ll manage mailboxes, groups, resource mailboxes, contacts, shared mailboxes, and mailbox migrations and moves.
- Permissions - This is where you’ll manage administrator roles, user roles, and Outlook Web App policies.
- Compliance management - This is where you’ll manage In-Place eDiscovery, In-Place Hold, auditing, data loss prevention (DLP), retention policies, retention tags, and journal rules.
- Organization - This is where you’ll manage the tasks that pertain to your Exchange Organization, including federated sharing, Outlook Apps, and address lists.
- Protection - This is where you’ll manage anti-malware protection for your organization.
- Mail flow - This is where you’ll manage rules, delivery reports, accepted domains, email address policies, and send and receive connectors.
- Mobile - This is where you’ll manage the mobile devices that you allow to connect to your organization. You can manage mobile device access and mobile device mailbox policies.
- Public folders - In Exchange 2010, you had to manage public folders by using the Public Folder Management Console, which was located outside of the EMC in the Toolbox. In Exchange 2013, public folders can be managed from within the public folders feature area.
- Unified Messaging - This is where you’ll manage UM dial plans and UM IP gateways.
- Servers - This is where you’ll manage your Mailbox and Client Access servers, databases, database availability groups (DAGs), virtual directories, and certificates.
- Hybrid - This is where you’ll set up and configure a Hybrid organization.
You will need 'Mail Flow'
1. Click on ‘Mail Flow’
2. Click on ‘Connectors’
3. Click on ‘Outbound Connector’ +
You will be presented with the Connector Wizard:
1. Give the connector a name
2. Connection type remains on ‘Partner
3. Connection Security remains on ‘Opportunistic TLS’
4. Click on ‘Route mail through smart hosts’ and then the plus sign + to add the name of the smart host
You will be presented with a new POP up box, enter EveryCloud’s Smart host which is:
The scope of the connector will be: All = * and then Save the outbound connector