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This particular confirmation page (Figure 2.21) indicates that ODBC Logging has been
enabled (under Health And Diagnostics in the role services list) and that the
administration tools for SMTP services, as well as SMTP Server itself, will be installed.
The confirmation
page for the Add
Features Wizard
7. If everything looks good on the confirmation page, click Install to install the SMTP
The next page will simply display the progress of the installation, indicating what is
being installed, until the installation is complete. The final page will display the
installation results (Figure 2.22), indicating the success of each install.
It will also indicate whether there are any problems, even if enabling the feature and
installing role services is successful. In our case, because this is a new server, we haven’t
enabled Windows Update yet. So if you see any warning icons, don’t panic until you read
what they’re about. Some are more informational than others.
8. To exit the wizard, just click Close .
This will put you back on the Server Manager console. The SMTP Server feature will
be listed in the feature summary area. But to really see where SMTP was put, open the
IIS manager console by selecting Start Administrative Tools Internet Information
Services (IIS) 6.0 Manager.
Now there is something in the IIS 6.0 Manager console. As you can see in Figure 2.23, the
local server is listed, and beneath that (if you look) is SMTP—actually [SMTP Virtual Server #1].
This is where you will manage SMTP outside of SharePoint (and there are a few things you can
do here that you can’t do in SharePoint).
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