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Tag: Receive connector

In Exchange 2010 or 2013 you have a feature called Tarpitting. Lets briefly understand what tarpitting is all about: What is Tarpitting? This is a method to stop a mail sender sending you multiple mail requests. What does it apply to: Directory Harvest Attack. NDR attack. I am not going to go into detail regarding […]

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This guide shows you how to change the SMTP banner in Exchange 2010. When you do a telnet to your exchange server, the default response 220 <Server Name> ESMTP Mail Service Ready at <date> To change this we can run a simply command, open up the Exchange Management Shell: Set-ReceiveConnector -Identity “vr-eb-mes-mb01\Default vr-eb-mes-mb01” -Banner “220 […]

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This simple guide shows you how to configure your send/receive connectors and change the maximum send/receive message size. Open up the Exchange Admin Center: Step 1 -> Enter in the user that has access to create databases. E.g. Domain\username Step 2 -> Enter in the password Step 3 -> Click Sign in Send Connector: Step […]

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This guide shows you how to enable anonymous access on the Default Frontend Receive Connector to allow your Exchange 2013 Server to receive mail from the internet. Open up the Exchange Admin Center: Step 1 -> Enter in the user that has access to create databases. E.g. Domain\username Step 2 -> Enter in the password […]

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