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My server (Windows 2012) is located behind a corporate firewall and cannot access the open internet other than through the browser. Is there a way to configure MS to use an internal SMTP server or use a proxy to access the external mail server?

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Scott, this version (2.40109) adds a new feature to switch to SMPT instead of SES. To use this feature, install this version:




After that, customize the MirrorSync.xml file at C:Program Files360WorksApplicationsconfCatalinalocalhostMirrorSync.xml


Add this section and customize as needed:

<!--MirrorSync uses Amazon Simple Email for sending administrative e-mails. This goes over port 443, which means that it will work without needing an SMTP server,and without using standard SMTP ports (25, 465, 587). However, in some cases, you may wish to use your own SMTP server. In that case, fill in these settings,
which will cause all notification e-mails to use this smtp server instead of Amazon's e-mail service. -->
<Parameter name="mail.smtp.host" value="" /> <!-- smtp.yourdomain.com -->
<Parameter name="mail.smtp.user" value="" /> <!--Optional username for authenticating to SMTP server-->
<Parameter name="mail.smtp.password" value="" /> <!--Optional password for authenticating to SMTP server-->
<Parameter name="transport" value="smtp" /> <!--Change to smtps for SSL-->
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