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SMTP server IP address

SMTP server IP address

SMTP server IP address

(OP)
Does anyone know for sure what IPO release allows for a domain name to be entered in the SMTP IP address box?
I was told previously that 9.1 or higher would allow a domain name but I have a system, release 10.0.0.1.0 that does not appear to be able to accept a domain name. System is now owned by new client as old business sold and they want to utilize VM to E-mail.

RE: SMTP server IP address

Yes 9.1 or higher and definitely 10.0. If you have a system that will not accept an SMTP domain name it is older that 9.1, probably 8.0 or earlier.

RE: SMTP server IP address

(OP)
Thank you Nortel4Ever

RE: SMTP server IP address

Embedded or VM Pro? If it is embedded make sure to fill in the DNS tab.

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RE: SMTP server IP address

I am fairly certain it was added R9.0.3. R9.1 and R10 should always have it regardless of SP.

I happen to have R10.0.0.1 manager and I can tell you if I create a new config and look I am able to enter a domain not just an IP. Are you 100% certain the system is R10.0.0.1 and that is not just your manager version?

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RE: SMTP server IP address

(OP)
I was able to enter domain name. Thanks for the help.

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