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NRM Mail configuration

Hi,

in Health Monitor > Mail Notification Configuration, it's possible to set a
"Mail From Identification" string.

Sadly, I did not pay attention when validating the entry and put an invalid
character in this field. The problem is now, that I can't change this string
(iManager still tries to validate the old one before applying the new
value).

Where is this information stored so I can change it manually ?

Many thanks for your help,
Romain


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>>>>> "Romain" == Romain Petges <invalid@invalid.com> writes:

Romain> Hi, in Health Monitor > Mail Notification Configuration, it's
Romain> possible to set a "Mail From Identification" string.

Romain> Sadly, I did not pay attention when validating the entry and put
Romain> an invalid character in this field. The problem is now, that I
Romain> can't change this string (iManager still tries to validate the
Romain> old one before applying the new value).

Romain> Where is this information stored so I can change it manually ?

Its in the NetWare registry under "My Server\Protocols\smtp" etc.

Romain> Many thanks for your help, Romain

Adrian

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> Its in the NetWare registry under "My Server\Protocols\smtp" etc.

Thanks, everything is working now.

I checked My Server\Software\Portal ... wasn't that far ;-).

Romain


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