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There's some problem with KMS SMTP-server authentication.
I tried to set up "Windows R2 storage manager" to use KMS SMTP-server as a SMTP server for e-mail alert messages, but KMS SMTP-server tries to authorise "Storage manager" as a domain-user and client ("Storage manager") drops session:

[29/May/2006 14:59:58][2660] {smtps} Server session begin; client connected from
[29/May/2006 14:59:58][2660] {smtps} Sent SMTP greeting to
[29/May/2006 14:59:58][2660] {smtps} Command EHLO server
[29/May/2006 14:59:58][2660] {smtps} Sent reply to EHLO: 250 server.firma.local ...
[29/May/2006 14:59:58][2660] {smtps} Command AUTH ntlm TlRMTVNTUAABAAAAB7IIogYABgAuAAAABgAGACgAAAAFAs4OAAAAD1NFUlZF UlBPTE9NQQ==
[29/May/2006 14:59:58][2660] {smtps} Started authentication method ntlm
[29/May/2006 14:59:58][2660] {auth} NTLM authentication started
[29/May/2006 14:59:58][2660] {smtps} Authentication aborted by client
[29/May/2006 14:59:58][2660] {conn} Cannot read from connection socket (local=, remote= (10053) [29/May/2006 14:59:58][2660] {smtps} SMTP server session end

If I disable NTLM auth. method - "storage manager" sends alert messages without any error..This troube occurs with "storage manager" only - any other e-mail clients (OE f.e.) send messages through SMTP-server without NTLN auth. and without this error)

I have to use NTLM auth for imported AD users (they use KOC+OL) and I cannot disable this option.
How to set SMTP server up properly?

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