I have LMS 3.0 installed and running fine but I was not getting emails when jobs were completed. I tried deleting/re-entering the SMTP server info from the "server settings" portal. Now I get an error every time I try to put in "localhost" (which is what it was set to before). It says "Invalid IP address or server name for mail server. Please enter a valid SMTP server name or leave the 'SMTP Server' field blank.". I need to get this fixed asap, anyone else have this problem? I have no idea where to look (log, etc..) to troubleshoot this.
You need to point to a host that has a valid SMTP server (i.e. one listening on tcp/25). If localhost no longer has an SMTP server, then you will not be able to enter localhost. Typically, users point LMS to their local corporate mail relay. Of course, if this is an Exchange server, you must make sure it's listening on tcp/25, and is configured to accept email from the CiscoWorks server.
Ok - I get what you are saying, I just dont understand why localhost was working in 2.6 but not 3.0 Did something change in 3.0 relative to this? I did a complete uninstall of 2.6 prior to installing 3.0
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