You can also set the SmtpServer argument in the Delivery Channel
Protocol to another, non-local, SMTP server.
for more info.
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On Fri, 2 Dec 2005 12:24:11 -0500, "Andy Wilbourn"
<[email protected]> wrote:
>That is an SMTP issue. The SMTP needs to have DNS so it can resolve emails.
>If they live there long enough it will go in the Bad Mail folder, which you
>know by now. You can configure SMTP to deliver to a SMART host to help you.
>Maybe this gives you some pointers, maybe not. Good luck.
>"Jason" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>> smtp service is running and there are .eml files in the queue folder. how
>> i enable smtp to actually send the messages to the recipients?
>> "Joe Webb" wrote:
>>> Hi Jason -
>>> Do you have the SMTP service running on your local box? If not, check
>>> the mailroot\queue folder for .eml files.
>>> Joe Webb
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>>> On Fri, 4 Nov 2005 10:59:20 -0800, "Jason"
>>> <[email protected]> wrote:
>>> >I ran through the Weather tutorial that comes with SQL 2005 and got it
>>> >working but the notifications are written to an HTM file on the server.
>>> >must I do to have the notifications sent via email?