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chimp98

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Hi guys,
We have a production server running the latest Kerio Mail server but that server also have our intranet running with custom ASP.NET code and we need to have IIS SMTP running so we can send mail through the intranet. Can this be done?

I've tried binding IIS smtp to another usable IP but no luck to get the service started. Please help.
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By default KMS will bind itself to all available IP addresses. To restrict this to a single IP, login to the Admin Console, go to Configuration -> Services and edit the SMTP Service. In the Listen IP box, you probably have an entry that is listening on all IP's on port 25. Edit this Listener to only listen to one of the IP addresses.

Then set the IIS SMTP to listen to another IP.

Kevin Trumbull
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http://support.kerio.com
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BudDurland

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I'm curious about why you need to have the IIS SMTP server running. Is the ASP.NET code so Microsoft specific that it can't talk to any industry standard SMTP server, but only MS's? Yikes.

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elias

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chimp98 wrote on Wed, 17 May 2006 12:01

Hi guys,
We have a production server running the latest Kerio Mail server but that server also have our intranet running with custom ASP.NET code and we need to have IIS SMTP running so we can send mail through the intranet. Can this be done?

I've tried binding IIS smtp to another usable IP but no luck to get the service started. Please help.

There's no need to run the IIS SMTP server to send email from ASP.NET. Just tell the SmtpMail object to send the mail to localhost. Here's a VB.Net snippet:

Dim Mailer as SmtpMail
Dim Message as New MailMessage

Then assign the properties to the Message object as you normally would and...

Mailer.SmtpServer = "localhost"
Mailer.Send(Message)

That's it. It'll talk to your Kerio server on port 25 and send out the message.

-Elias
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