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How To set up Auto Whitelisting with Exchange 5.5?

Exchange 5.5 does not have a capability to forward outgoing mail to any other port but port 25. Exchange servers 2000 and up do not have this limitation. To patch the problem - we have created a simple redirector service. The service and all supporting found in the mail folder where ChoiceMAil Enterprise was installed. The file is called
The files from this folder can be extracted to any folder on a server that does not use port 25. This can be your Exchange server as well if CME is installed on a different machine and your Exchange 5.5 is not listening on port 25 for incoming mail. Then do the following:
1) Open the ChoiceMailRedirectorSettings.INI file that you extracted and set up the properties as follows:
2) Double click on the installredir.cmd file to install the redirector service.
3) Double click on the StartRedirector.cmd to start the redirector service.
4) In ChoiceMail Server settings - click on the \"Change Access Permissions\" button and either change it to specific IP address entering your redirector IP Address or simply select \"Full remote access\"
5) Change the forwarding in your Exchange 5.5 to forward to your redirector server (in this case to

The procedure is similar if redirector is installed on a different server. Only the IP addresses should be changed accordingly.


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