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Conference Center E-mail Issue

Conference Center E-mail Issue

Conference Center E-mail Issue

Hi All,

I have Conference Center installed on my network with MS Exchange 2003 as the e-mail server. I configured the Conf. Center to point to the SMTP on Exchange. When I create a new conference and send e-mail notifications, the notifications are sent but stay in the SMTP queue.  E-mail from client apps can be delivered. I don't have any error messages in event viewer. I'm wondering if this is a problem with Conference Center, or if it's an Exchange issue. Anybody else see this before?

Much thanks,


RE: Conference Center E-mail Issue

I have a similar setup but i just realised i need a license key for CC.2.1 but i had the emails working fine but they were sent the same time the conference was set to start.

Turn on message tracking and see what is causing the problem.

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