I have a new MeetingPlace Web installed with the SA-2 design (internal web server / DMZ web server) When I try to set up test meetings and send notification to a guest internet user, the notification is NEVER delivered. This customer also has the outlook integration installed, but I set up this particular test meeting from the MeetingPlace Web page and plugged in a gmail account for the email notification. I verified that all user profile and group settings allow for internet user access and notifications to be sent. Also, the customer just noticed today that when a meeting is set up from the MeetingPlace web page, the time is OFF by 2 hours. I also checked the user profile settings and NTP server settings for this and everything appears to be correct. Please help.
Check the MeetingPlace eventlog on the web server. It should give you clues on why the message can't be delivered. You might have something wrong with your email server configuration in the Outlook server component.
On the timezone, you should check the timezone setting for the user scheduling the meeting. See what time zone they are set to. Should be something like "America/Los Angeles".
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