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MM vs Exchange 2010 / Notification issue

MM vs Exchange 2010 / Notification issue

MM vs Exchange 2010 / Notification issue


Hi there

Our exchange guys has upgrade exchange server 2007 to 2010 this week, since that, the email notification don't work.

Where I can change smtp information in the MAS and/or the MSS?

I looked in the VMSC, under messaging, mail server name is set to MSS1.

I looked in the MSS WEB page administration, under Internet messaing but I don't see where to change the SMTP path and security option..

MSS: Software Release: 3

Tell me if you need more infortion, hope I'm clear ennough.


RE: MM vs Exchange 2010 / Notification issue

mike - it looks like your solution is MM with MSS backend

Do you know if the change from 2007 to 2010 also included a change in the IP address or hostname of the exchange system?

the area you may need to look into is on the MSS and Trusted Servers/External Hosts (i think)

hope this helps

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