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With the E-Mail-Service tool, you can set Intrexx to send e-mails. Please click Configure here.

The Exchange 2007 mail server does not accept the sending of mail from non-authenticated users in the standard configuration. If the sending of mail from non-authenticated users is to be enabled, the following command must be entered in the Exchange shell:

Get-ReceiveConnector "CONNECTORNAME" | Add-ADPermission-User "NT AUTHORITYANONYMOUS LOGON" -ExtendedRights "ms-Exch-SMTP-Accept-Any-Recipient"

The placeholder CONNECTORNAME must be adjusted for the infrastructure of the customer in this case. The user NT AUTHORITYANONYMOUS LOGON can also vary, depending on operating system and language.

If the Email service has been setup, the individual expert settings will be listed here. The settings can be changed by clicking on Configure.

Determine from which portal the message was sent

If multiple portals are in operation, from Intrexx version 6 onwards, the following procedure can be used to determine from which portal emails have been sent. For this purpose, global mail headers are defined, and are included in the sent emails.

In the sendmail.cfg file, in the internal/cfg portal directory, an uniquely-named Intrexx parameter must be inserted, with the name prefix de.uplanet.lucy.sendmail.header. followed by a sequential number. Here is an example:

<sm:param name="com.mycompany.myserver.sendmail.header.1">Intrexx-Portal: My Portal</sm:param>

With it, all emails that are sent from the portal My portal can, for example, be filtered in Outlook. In our example above the message header will be Intrexx-Portal: My Portal.