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Listing AAM SMTP users?

Listing AAM SMTP users?

Listing AAM SMTP users?


Is there a way to list SMTP enabled mailboxes in AAM?

I went through the logs but it looks like they are useless for this task.


RE: Listing AAM SMTP users?

as in, for voicemail-to-email or just email notification or.....any mailbox that has an email address associated with it?

RE: Listing AAM SMTP users?

We have enabled several voicemail boxes for email and set up a separate IMAP connection for them in Outlook.

This appears as a separate mailbox in Outlook with an addressof firstname.lastname@aam.mycompany.com

So, yes a voicemail-to-email.



RE: Listing AAM SMTP users?

No, that's not a voicemail-to-email, that's just letting your voicemail server allow email clients in by IMAP.

There's no SMTP involved - you're not sending mail anywhere beyond the Aura Messaging mail server. You're just letting clients connect to that mail server with a client.

In your classes of service, there's IMAP/POP3 access allowed or denied. So, considering it's enabled on the default classes of service, presume everyone on your system could add a mailbox in Outlook pointing to the MSS with their voicemail credentials.

The IMAP4/POP3 access log would be the thing that tells you which users have tried to use the feature :)

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