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Can somebody please help me

I am Running windows server 2008 Web edition and I have installed the SMTP feature and Management tools.

If I look in iis 7 I keep seeing articles saying how to direct email directly to the server etc.

if I click on any of my websites in iis7, there is no SMTP Email feature at all

what am I missing ???
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You have to use the IIS 6.0 management console.  See this article for instructions.

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/windowsserver2008r2general/thread/a14a14c0-2406-4cfc-bb6d-0f6284401513/
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