Skyline Installation

Enable SMTP from Local Server

Enable SMTP from Local Server

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Enable SMTP from Local Server

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The Skyline server will normally use an external mail server to send status emails. If you do not have an external mail server then the Skyline server can be configured to send out the status emails.

To configure the Skyline Server to send emails directly:

1.Click Icon-ServerManager to open the Server Manager.
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1.Highlight Features.
2.Click Add Features.
2.The Select Features window opens.
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1.Select the option SMTP Sever.
info Note: The Add Features Wizard window will open if there are additional services and features that need to be installed. If this happens click the  option Add Required Role Services.
2.Click Install.
3.When the installation has been finished, click Close.
4.Open IIS Manager.
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1.Right mouse click SMTP Virtual server and select Properties.
5.The [SMTP Virtual Server #1] Properties window open
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1.Select Relay in the Access tab.
6.The Relay Restrictions window opens.
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1.Select Only in the list.
2.Make sure that the option "Allow all computers which successfully authenticate to replay, regardless of the list above" is NOT selected.
3.Click Add.
7.Enter the IP Address 127.0.0.1 for the relay.
8.Send a manual email through telnet to confirm that everything is working. Telnet localhost 23 or telnet yourpublicip 25 and make sure you open the specific port on your firewall to be made available to public.
9.Make sure that the SMTP service startup type is set as Automatic.
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