How to integrate local IIS SMTP to another local network machine SMTP Server

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Suppose, there is one server named 'A'. The application 'DigSAFE OCS NZ/AU' & 'IIS SMTP Service' both are installed on this server. At present, when the enquiry is sent then the same server i.e. 'A' is used. --> ISSUE And then, we have another server/machine named 'B', in which we have only 'SMTP Service'. So, now we want that when the application sends the enquiry mail, then the application should run on Machine 'A' and mail should be sent through the 'SMTP Service' of Machine 'B'. --> Desired

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You will need to find the setting within the config file which says which SMTP server is to be used and put the remote server’s name in for the SMTP server.

In IIS on the remote machine you will need to allow the IP address of the first machine in the SMTP config.

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  • Rajivsingla
    Hi, thaks a lot for your reply.. I tried it but I did't find the soltuion. So, could you please explain this solution step by step or send some links related to this issue.
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