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2008 SMTP Server service - no such interface supported

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Hello Experts,
I have a 2008 Std member server ( no Domain) sitting in a DMZ by itself and need to get the SMTP service configured. The Server is in it's own WORKGROUP.
When I click on current sessions under IIS 6.0 it gives me the message above in the Tiltle box.

I have SharePoint 3.0 running on this Server with the free express database. DNS is installed and simply configured with one forward zone and one reverse zone.

I found an article on the Web that mentioned installing ODBC logging and registering two DLL's but that did not work. it could not find the targeted DLL's.

thanks!
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by:Russ Wrightson
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Anyone,
If I change the WORKGROUP name to something other than the default, will this help? is the fact that I do not have a Domain setup in any way prohibiting me from getting the SMTP service to enage?
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by:Russ Wrightson
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Thanks rickhobbs but that link is about installing SMTP. Have an error AFTER succesfully installing SMTP and clicking on Current Sessions.
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was finally able to register the DLL's in the Article:

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/winserverManagement/thread/405decff-299e-4ca4-9a77-df079111ec35

problem solved! : -)
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