Exchange Server Mail Flow

Introduction

 
This article presents the configuration to be performed in order to set up mail flow on Exchange 2013 and 2016.
 
Installing Exchange is good, being able to send emails is better!
 

Configuration

  • Log on to the EAC by launching “ http://khurramrahim@efu.com/ecp" domain name of Client Access server> / ECP”. Otherwise, run the command "Get-EcpVirtualDirectory | fl * URL * ”to get the URL of the admin center.

  • Enter your login and password, then click on "sign-in"
Exchange Server Mail Flow
  • You must now create a (send connector) in order to be able to send mails via the Exchange server; if you are wondering, (receive connectors) are created by default and will do just fine.

    Click on (mail flow ) on ( send connectors ) at that point on +
Exchange Server Mail Flow
  • Enter a name for the send connector, then select the connector type (here “Internet”). Click on "next". (We note in passing the dyslexia of the creator of the resource file: "exmaple").
Exchange Server Mail Flow
  • Check that the MX record box is checked.
Exchange Server Mail Flow
  • Under "Address pace", click on "+". In the "add domain" window, verify that SMTP is selected in the Type field. In the "FQDN" field, enter *. Click on "save".
  • Click on next and “finish”.
Exchange Server Mail Flow
  • You must now create a "Recieve connector" in order to be able to Receive mails via the Exchange server; if you are wondering, “receive connectors” are created by default and will do just fine.

    Click on ( mail flow ) on ( receive connectors ) at that point on +

  • Enter a name for the send connector, then select the connector type (here “Internet”). Click on "next". (We note in passing the dyslexia of the creator of the resource file: "exmaple").
Exchange Server Mail Flow
  • Smtp Port will be by default verify that SMTP is selected in the Type field. In the "FQDN" field, enter *.

    Click on next and “finish”.
Exchange Server Mail Flow
 

Conclusion

 
In Exchange Server, mail flows through the transport pipeline. A transport pipeline is connections for departments, associations, sections, and lines that collaborate to route all messages to the workbook in Transport Management on an Exchange Mailbox server within an organization.