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SMTP client not authenticated

Posted on 2009-05-11
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I have made a windows smtp server in IIS and the only way I can use it to email is to allow anonymous access. It was working normally until about a week ago using windows authentication. Nothing has changed that I know of. I have deleted the user and rebuilt the account.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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Apparently it is necessary for anonymous access t be enabled in order to be able to send email from a windows smtp server. The mail system only works when anonymous is enabled.
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