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how to configure sharepoint 2013 to send alerts using exchange 2007

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Hi experts,

  we need our sharepoint 2013 to send alert through exchange 2007, we tried lots of things but didnt work out.

we tried also this one:

http://geekswithblogs.net/cajunmcse/archive/2010/01/05/sharepoint-outgoing-email-and-exchange-2007.aspx

Regards,


Moitz
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Mahesh Sharma earned 500 total points
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Hi Moitz,

The article you tried should work. A more descriptive article is here

Two major steps are:
1. Configure receive connector in Exchange that will receive emails from SharePoint server
2. Configure Outgoing email setting in SharePoint.

You need to make sure you have correct outgoing server specified in SharePoint
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thanks for the idea
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