File Server Resource Manager - FSRM - email

Posted on 2007-07-24
Last Modified: 2010-05-18
I'm using Windows Server 2003 R2, SP1.

I'm testing out the quota management feature.

I've setup the email notifications and sent a successful test email from the File Server Resource Manager Options.

I used a default template with reporting to user.  

I never get an email to the admin account or user.

Question by:bschwarting
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    Accepted Solution

    See here:

    There was a known issue with Exchange and "Basic Authentication" being turned on for SMTP support.

    You can either get the hotfix or disable basic authentication...but I would suggest the hotfix.

    Hope that helps.
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    Expert Comment

    What exactly do you have configured for the quota management/template? I'm wondering if it's possible you simply didn't trigger the alert...
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    Author Comment

    sorry, been out of the office, i'll check out these options in a day or so.  sorry for the delay.
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    Author Comment

    sorry for the delay, looks like that was it, SP2 should fix it, but i'll probably wait on it.

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