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    IIS relay via exchange 2007 microlib systems eclipse.net

    Hello all is any one using eclipse.net? that has managed to get the reminders via email working?
    i have it installed on a windows 2008 box with iis 6 (although iis 7 is installed as well), we have an exchange 2007 server and numerous other apps around our network that use the smtp feature of exchange server to pass emails to users so i know relay direct to exchange is working. However this application just will not send email and sits in the qeue folder, i am missing something i know it! but what? the makers of program have run out of ideas and so i am stuck.
    any help as always gratefully recieved
    uraken

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    I had the same problem, and fixed it eventually. My notes, such as they are,, should be at work - I'll try and remember to look them out on Monday. Feel free to give me a nudge if I forget.

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    star man really appreciate firstly the quick reply , secondly the kind offer cheers.

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    I found the helpdesk call from RM in my e-mails (RM set up our exchange box, so they provide our exchange support)

    1. On the server running eclipse you should have in Computer Managment - Services and Applications - Internet Information Services a menu "Default SMTP Virtual Server". You might need to right click Internet Information Services and select New - SMTP Virtual Server. If it isn't there:
    i. Quit IIIS Manager Console
    ii. Open a command prompt on the server that is running IIS.
    iii. Go the following directory at the command prompt:
    %systemroot%\system32\inetsrv
    iv. At the command prompt, type the following command:
    regsvr32 inetmgr.dll
    regsvr32 smtpsnap.dll
    v. Start IIS Manager Console. The default SMTP Virtual Server snap-in should now appear.

    You need to configure the SMTP Virtual Server to suit your needs, but that fixed it for us.

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    Hi Clareq this di dnot fix the problem but it helped me on my way. The eventual fix included altering the metabase.xml file which holds all the settings for IIS 6. I cleared the event logs and retried sending emails, i cam up up with a couple of specific smtp errors and when searching the net eventaully coming up lucky, thanks agian though for help.
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    At least you got it fixed

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