Using ORACLE packages to send e-mail through Microsoft Exchange Server.

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We are attempting to send e-mail using ORACLE database packages. How can we tell if the message has been successfully sent through the Microsoft Exchange Server?

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I’ve just posted all the steps required to enable Oracle database sending emails via SMTPprotocol using a real example with UTL_SMTP package including ORA- errorhandling and ACL creation on Oracle 11g. Please have a look: Enable Oracle database to send emails via SMTP server

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  • carlosdl
    Could you be a little more specific please ? Is the message arriving to its destination ? If not, then it's definitely not being successfully sent. If yes, is there another way to send it apart from doing it through your exchange server ?
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