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BobH

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I want to setup one of our Windows 2008 R2 servers with disk quotas to monitor the size of a particular directory. I'm using MS File Server Resource Manager to setup the quota to email an alert when the directory exceeds a certain storage level.

Everything is working as far as the quota configuration. Where I'm having a problem is that its configuration for sending email alerts does not have SMTP Authorization as an option.

Currently we have the Kerio Connect Sender anti-spoofing set to require user to authenticate in order to send messages from a local domain. I don't want to turn that off.

Is there any way I can bypass the authentication requirement? I only plan on sending these and possibly other network administrative emails only within the local domain.

We're running Kerio Connect v8.5.3.
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Thanks, that solved my problem.
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