These instructions assume you have already setup your AuthSMTP send
connector in Exchange 2007 using the instructions on the
Exchange 2007 setup page.
Microsoft Exchange 2007 has a new feature called 'Opportunistic TLS'
which is enabled by default upon installation, this feature means Exchange
2007 will negotiate a secured SSL/TLS session wherever possible and encrypt
the message. Further information can be found on
Microsoft's Technet Website.
By default SSL/TLS is not enabled on AuthSMTP accounts, if you do wish
to enable it you can do so by logging into the
and adding that feature, it is important that you read the notes about
enabling it and using SSL/TLS as it does have some significant implications
with regards to sending email and the way encrypted messages are counted
towards to your account quota.
If you do wish to use SSL/TLS please login to the
and enable it on your account.
If you do not wish to use SSL/TLS you will need to take the following
steps to disable this feature in Exchange 2007.
Open the 'Exchange Management Shell'
Type the following command to get a list of all your send connectors
To disable 'Opportunistic TLS' you will need to enter the following