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I am having trouble setting up dbmail in SQL Server 2005 running on Server 2003. I am trying to send mail through an Exchange 2007 Server. Do I need to use the SQL Service account with Windows authentication? Also on the Exchange side, how should the "receive connector" be set?
What does DB Stand for in the popular DB-Connector port-name. Can I have a list of some of this acronyms?