You need to know that your actions allow the Exchange server to send emails that are not authenticated. If you are working with an IT support company, you will undoubtedly understand this risk, but if you are not a seasoned specialist in IT or server support, consider getting support from someone else. This is a major security risk if you do not implement it properly. If you open the Exchange server to allow anyone to do so, you will probably be a victim of spam.
first – Configure the Exchange Server
We will configure the Exchange server to allow anonymous outgoing e-mail messages, but we will only have some IP addresses. This greatly reduces the risk of abuse.
The first step is to create a new unique betting connector in the Microsoft Exchange Management Console. To do this, start the Exchange Management Console and expand "Microsoft Exchange"> "Server Configuration"> "Hub Transport." Here, click the "New Host Connector" feature that has the link on the right side of the window. Enter a suitable tag for this connector in the "Name" field. This may be called "Sage Accounts". Select the "Select the desired use …" area under "Custom".
Click "Next" and then "Next" to access the "Remote Network Settings" page
page to edit the IP address list and enter only the addresses you want to allow. for example. If Sage 50 Accounts are configured on a Terminal Server, you must only enter the IP address of the Terminal Server. If your Sage 50 accounts are hosted locally on an account computer, you must enter the PC's IP address as static and enter it in the list.
Finish the settings for the new connector, then edit the properties of it. Go to the "Allow Groups" tab and make sure that only "Exchange Servers" are selected. Then, go to the "Authentication" tab and make sure that you only specified the Transport Layer Security and the lower entry (Externally Insured). Click OK and then restart the "Microsoft Exchange Transport" service in Control Panel> Administrative Tools> Services
You must now find that you can configure Microsoft Outlook to use the Exchange Server LAN's IP address without any outbound mail server specify authentication. You can try this using Outlook or Outlook Express on that workstation or Terminal Server (for example, Computer or Terminal Server on which Sage 50 accounts are installed).
2nd Part – Configuring the Sage PC / Server
We will now configure Sage to send emails using the new Exchange Server configuration that was created in step 1.
In Sage Report Designer, click Tools> Settings> Set Up Email. Set "Default Service Provider" to SMTP, and then click SMTP in the "Available Providers" box. Select & # 39; Configure & # 39; (Configuration) and enter the LAN's IP address for the Exchange server under & quot; Server Name & # 39; (Server Name) box. Leave port number set to port 25 and skip SSL
Enter the email address where emails will be sent (for example, "email@example.com") and type in the e- mail header (eg Company name – Accounts). It is not important to allocate anything to your login settings, so you can set anything up. Click OK.
First, you need to make sure that the emails sent to SMTP are set up.
First, enter the document in Sage Report Designer. Click the "View" toolbar and click the "Properties" button to display the properties toolbar on the right side of the screen. In the "Email Settings" area, click on the "(Email Options)" field and a "…" button will appear. Click this button to start the E-mail Configuration Window
Make sure the top setting ("Service Provider") is set to SMTP and the option at the bottom of the page is " Send E-mail Automatically. "Click OK at the bottom of the page
System Configuration is Completed Now You Must Be Seen From This Layout By E-Mail In Sage 50 Accounts