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Pulling the SMTP settings from the mail server

Posted on 2011-09-19
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I have Backup Exec, and I need to set the SMTP settings.  I don't want to fiddle fart around trying to find what I'm looking for.

We have AD and Exch. on the same server, and I'm thinking the settings I'm looking for are there. SMTP screenshot
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Need an real domain account in the exchange server.
Set SMTP to exchange server name
Input the Exchange account in Sender name and email address.
Check the box Enable SMTP authentication
Enter the domain username and password.  
Click OK.

Thats how mine is setup.  
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by:mgedlaman
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Considering I wasn't very specific, thank you for the response Raster.  I meant I didn't know on the AD machine where to look for the settings to fill in the blanks.
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