SMTP Email without Server Internet

sanjoypaulsanjoypaul Member Posts: 6
Hello Team,

I need a help on the below scenario.It would be great if I get a solution.

While I am sending mail from NAV 2013 I am getting this Error " The SMTP mail system returned the following error: "Failure sending mail.
The remote name could not be resolved: 'smtpout.secureserver.net'"."

In the above scenario My server does not have internet but client has good internet connection with No antivirus software and Windows Fire wall is in off mode.

Does it really need internet in the SERVER while sending Email using SMTP from client?

Regards,
Sanjoy

Best Answer

  • vaprogvaprog Member Posts: 958
    Accepted Answer
    You could set up an SMTP server in your local network that has access to the internet and can serve as a relay for your mail (with Exchange it is often done that way).
    Or else you need to modify the SMTP Mail codeunit to run client side.

Answers

  • vaprogvaprog Member Posts: 958
    Accepted Answer
    You could set up an SMTP server in your local network that has access to the internet and can serve as a relay for your mail (with Exchange it is often done that way).
    Or else you need to modify the SMTP Mail codeunit to run client side.
  • sanjoypaulsanjoypaul Member Posts: 6
    SMTP Codeunit run at client side worked for me
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