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Sending emails out of SQL Report services after installing Exchange 2010

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Hi experts.

Over the weekend I upgraded to Exchange 2010. I am able to send email via Outlook but for some reason I anm not able to send subscription email out of SSRS even though I have changed the settings in Report services Config.
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If you used to use email relay , you need to add SQL server IP address to range of allowed IPs in exchange 2010.

Here is how to configure a relay in exchange 2010 :
http://exchangeserverpro.com/how-to-configure-a-relay-connector-for-exchange-server-2010

Best way is to try sending a "test" email from SQL and see what type of error you are getting .
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akhalighi I resolved it using this solution.  I had the Relay in there for the IP address but the Authentication setting were not correct.
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thanks.
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