Essentially you need to repeat the following article for every account you wish to check Email delivery for:
You also need to create a Credential which points to the domain account that corresponds to the mailbox you are checking. The fact that you are using the same Credential for both Monitors will not work because when it initializes the MAPI engine using that account, it uses the default mail profile setup within that account (see article linked above). Also, the Credentials you give it must be accounts that are a member of the same domain as the ipMonitor system.
So in a nutshell, here's what you would do:
- Create a Test1 domain account with a mail box on exchange1 server.
- Create a Test2 domain account with a mail box on exchange 2 server.
- Login to ipMonitor system as Test1 domain account and setup Mail Profile and Outlook to send and retrieve email.
- Login to ipMonitor system as Test2 domain account and setup Mail Profile and Outlook to send and retrieve email.
- Configure Monitor 1 to use Credential for Test1 domain account and enter TO email address for Test1 account.
- Configure Monitor 2 to use Credential for Test2 domain account and enter TO email address for Test 2 account.
That should be all.
Hope this helps,
Chris Foley - SolarWinds - Support Specialist
Support: 866.530.8040 | Fax: 512.857.0125
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That worked a charm
I have modified the Blackberry Delivery Confirmation script to access to my mailbox on exchange with mapi.
If I execute the script in "command prompt" in the orion server (Windows 2008 server) it works fine, because it ask me the credential (user name, domain and password), but, if I try to execute it from orion it doesn´t work.
I think that could be a problem with credentials, because I don´t know where put the domainname. In orion I can only write user name and password, but not the domain.
The orion server is not in domain.