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Default SMTP Virtual Server Node is Missing in IIS

Posted on 2008-10-18
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despite the fact that the windows component "World Wide Web Service" is installed on my web server, the "Default SMTP Virtual Server" node does not appear when I launch IIS Manager.  What should I be looking for?
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Hi,

under "control panel"->"add remove programs"->"add remove windows components" select "application server", click 'details', select IIS, click details, then check "smtp server" and click 'OK' to everything.

Cheers.
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thanks!
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