how to get a authorize code of exchange mail server which deployed in my local DC?

frank1988 0 Reputation points
2023-07-19T07:54:03.2433333+00:00

I have a exchange mail server system deployed in my local DC.

now another company/system want sent email via my mail server. it design to use SMTP protocol.

we provide tcp port 587 on internet test service.

everything seems OK.

but the system need a code named "Authorize Code". I am confused. does it mean access password?

I have other email accounts provide by my local ISP, and I can setup Authorize Code.

so I want to ensure that whether exchange mail server can setup this code or not. or somebody who can help me or give me a use guider.

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  1. Jarvis Sun-MSFT 10,091 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor
    2023-07-20T02:39:15.81+00:00

    Hi @frank1988 ,

    Yes, it is possible to set up an authorized code for Exchange mail server. The SMTP AUTH protocol is used for SMTP client email submissions, typically on TCP port 587.

    You can also configure authenticated SMTP settings for POP3 and IMAP4 clients in Exchange Server. Please refer to:

    https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/exchange/clients/pop3-and-imap4/configure-authenticated-smtp?view=exchserver-2019


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