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Posted on 2014-08-20
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I have a Windows 2008 server. In these server there are some events gets generated.
What i want to achieve is that in case of any event which is getting generated I want e-mails to be generated for these servers.
I have separate SMTP server by which I want to relay e-mails.
So i want to know how can i configure my Windows server to relay e-mails via my SMTP server.
Is there any command line tool or by any command line i will be able to connect to my SMTP server & relay e-mails.
Question by:SrikantRajeev
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ktaczala earned 2000 total points
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I would suggest looking into GFI Events Manager.  Excellent App. (Not Free, but in a business environment with many servers, well worth it.)

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thanks einangen
I am trying the steps mentioned in the link shared by you.

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