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Configuring SQL MAIL

Hi All,

My question is that can I configure SQL MAIL, if my EXCHANGE

SERVER is on different domain and my SQL is running on different

domain.Can anyone guide me for this because I googled a lot

without any result.

I am using SQL SERVER 2000 Enterprise Edition with service pack 3.




Aug 4 '05 #1
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If the SQL Server service account is a domain account which can connect
to Exchange, then it should be fine, but that really depends on your
domain configuration. See Q12 here:


And also this article:



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