Report not work with Exchange 2013
Problem reported by Manuel - September 22, 2014 at 11:46 PM
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Hello,
I have SmarterMail in front of my Exchange 2013 Server.
The scheduled email reports not work, Exchange respond with this error: 5.1.7 invalid address.
Exchange 2013 not accept sender invalid address.
 
How can I do? 
 
Tnx
Manuel
GRAFFITI — It's Communication
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Milano, I-20129 - via Lamberto De Bernardi 1
Verona, I-37134 - via Legnago 126
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Manuel Replied
Hello,
I contacted microsoft support.
Exchange 2013 will not accept email without email address in the header.
You can not change this setting.
I therefore ask to be able to implement in SmarterMail an email address in the notifications and reports.
GRAFFITI — It's Communication
Riva del Garda (TN), I-38066 – Località Pasina 46
Milano, I-20129 - via Lamberto De Bernardi 1
Verona, I-37134 - via Legnago 126
San Francisco, US-94111 California – 275 Battery St, Suite 2600
website: www.graffiti.it
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Robert Emmett Replied
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Luca, I have added this to our feature request list for implementation in a future major release.  I will mark this as a known issue.
Robert Emmett
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SmarterTools Inc.
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Bruce Barnes Replied
Exchange 2013, like Exchange 2007, can be configured to accept NULL senders.
 
The fix is described in Microsoft Technet at: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa997469(EXCHG.80).aspx
 
Here's the short method:
  1. Open an Exchange Shell
  2. Set-SenderFilterConfig -BlankSenderBlockingEnabled $false
 
Tried to embed an image showing commands from technet, but the image is not populating.
 
Here's a link to the image: 
 
 
More information on configuring Exchange 2013 filtering is available via this Microsoft Technet article:
 
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Andrea Rogers Replied
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A new KB article has been created which addresses this issue - for now, simply mentioning the Exchange workaround that can be done. This item is under consideration for a future version to allow the From field in these emails to be defined. Thank you, Bruce, for your suggestion on the workaround. 
 

Andrea Rogers
Communications Specialist
SmarterTools Inc.
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