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Create new domains on a network share
Question asked by Gerry Dubois - September 15, 2016 at 3:44 PM
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Hi,
 
The disk of my SM server is full.
I have to put the next customer (the next domain) on a network share.
I logged on to my file server using : \\fileserver\domains and then providing the username and password for the fileserver. So far everything is OK.
 
I configured the domainlist.xml file with : 
<Domain name="example.be" directory="\\fileserver\Domains\example.be" />
Smartermail however does not see this share.
 
I think it has to do with the fact the SM service is running as system-user and I only provided the password for the administrator.
 
How do you guys solve this?
 
Thanks.
 

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Gerry Dubois Replied
September 17, 2016 at 4:19 AM
Nobody?
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Assin Ontivi Replied
September 18, 2016 at 8:15 AM
I haven't seen the issue as I have never done this. Perhaps you can try mapping the network drive as a letter with rights to admin and system users.
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Ritesh Kakkad Replied
September 19, 2016 at 3:38 AM
Hi Gerry,
 
Use same password for both File and Smartermail server and use "Logon" for both services as .\Administrator with password.
 
I had implemented this in my workstation and its working fine with no issue.
You can mail me if you want further info Email : anil@indsoft.net.
 
Regards,
Anil
 
 
 

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