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Ok, i'll try and keep this as concise as possible.
I recently had to rebuild our in house Dynamics CRM deployment because i messed up the exchange server.
Previously everything worked but the reports.
This is how my Email configuration is set up now:
A Record - MyDomain.com - Hosted on 1&1
MX Record - Mail.MyDomain.com - 25
A Record - <My Routers External IP>
MX Record - Mail Server - Hosted on 1&1
My router is set up to forward all port 25 traffic to the internal IP of my server.
This set up works because i can:
This is not a huge issue as i can send CRM emails & Track them through Outlook but would just rather get it fixed ASAP.
Just as a mention everything is set up on one box. SBS2008, SQL2008 R2, Dynamics CRM 4.0 Workgroup, Exchange 2007 (Built in with SBS08).
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
One of the most common issues we see with the email router and exchange 2007 is that exchange 2007 needs to 'allow relay' from the server that you have the email router installed in.
Here's a blog we wrote on the email router and the common deployment options:
Here's a blog on allowing relay on exchange 2007.
Thanks Alex you've helped me out before. I'll have a read through and report back.
Hi again Alex,
Just followed the instructions on the second link you gave me but i already had a relay through the server itself (127.0.0.1 & 192.168.1.2) even when adding either of those to the CRM router i still get a 404 error. When i try 192.168.1.1 (my router) i get the error:
Name: Reece SayerIncoming Status: Failure - The remote server returned an error: (501) Not Implemented.
Really strange seeing that the Exchange server is obviously working.
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