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Highlight the connector and click the “pencil” icon to edit its settings. In the Exchange Management Shell run the following command, substituting the name of your receive connector.

Get-Receive Connector "Relay E15MB1" | Add-ADPermission -User 'NT AUTHORITY\Anonymous Logon' -Extended Rights MS-Exch-SMTP-Accept-Any-Recipient Identity User Deny Inherited -------- ---- ---- --------- E15MB1\Relay E15MB1 NT AUTHORITY\ANON...

Select the server that you wish to create the receive connector on. Exchange names the various default connectors using a standard of “Purpose SERVERNAME”, for example “Client Frontend E15MB1”. If the server you chose is multi-role you'll need to select the Frontend Transport role.

Remember, the server should be either a multi-role server or a Client Access server. If the server is CAS-only then Frontend Transport will already be selected. For servers with a single network adapter the default binding will usually be fine.

So, if two SMTP connections are inbound, one from 192.168.0.180 and the other from 192.168.0.181, the server knows to handle 192.168.0.181 with the “Relay” connector as it is the more specific match, and handle the other connection with the “Default Frontend” connector.

With the relay connector in place the ongoing management is simple.

The “Default Frontend” receive connector has remote network settings equivalent to “anything”.

The “Relay” connector we just created has remote network settings that list specific IP addresses.

Where previously the server responded with “550 5.7.1 Unable to relay”, now an SMTP connection from the IP address 192.168.0.181 is allowed to relay successfully.