Disable outbound TLS on Exchange 2007

The outbound send connector on Exchange 2007 will try to establish TLS with the other side (if the other side asks). To disable outbound TLS on send connector, perform this powershell command:
set-sendconnector -IgnoreSTARTTLS:$true
If there are multiple send connectors then and you want to disable TLS on all of them.
Then do this
Get-sendconnector| set-sendconnector -IgnoreSTARTTLS:$true
I had a customer that routed the outbound ip address of the exchange smtp to match their inbound spam appliance, then the certificate did not have a name that matched the host name.
The easiest solution was to disable TLS.
The other solution was to add another name to the certificate


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