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LMS 3.2.1 changing smtp server

Running lms 3.2.1   CS 3.3.1  on Windows 2003

I need to point the LMS server to a new mail relay, but when I make the change in

CS->SERVER->Admin->System Preferences  smtp server

It claims to have made the change successfully but the old IP address remains.

I made a successfull change days before.  Any help/thoughts appreciated?

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Cisco Employee

LMS 3.2.1 changing smtp server

Hi John,

Yes , you can edit the regdaemon.xml file directly to replace the ip address and  that will fix the issue.

Note :Before you make the changes in the file , keep a backup of the file.

Thanks

Afroj

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Cisco Employee

LMS 3.2.1 changing smtp server

Hi John,

Kindly send me the regdaemon.xml file (NMSROOT\MDC\etc)

Thanks
Afroj
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LMS 3.2.1 changing smtp server

Afroj,

          Thank You for the response.  Unfortunately I am unable to provide the regdaemon.xml as this is a closed system.

The  regdaemon.xml file shows the old ip address that is displayed in the gui, however when I try to update it through the gui, the smtp.log shows successfull validation of the smtp service using the updated ip address.

I understand that this may not be resolvable without me providing this file and I can open a TAC case if necessary.

Can I edit the regdaemon.xml file directly to replace the ip address?

Cisco Employee

LMS 3.2.1 changing smtp server

Hi John,

Yes , you can edit the regdaemon.xml file directly to replace the ip address and  that will fix the issue.

Note :Before you make the changes in the file , keep a backup of the file.

Thanks

Afroj

Thanks- Afroz [Do rate the useful post] ****Ratings Encourages Contributors ****
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