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SMTP Service not found in services folder

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 20, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint

I am having a bit of a challenge.  I have Sharepoint 2010 and picked SMTP in the roles option.  Then I installed IIS 6.0 manager.  It installed correctly.  I was then going through and creating the SMTP instructions that I found on technet.  The bottom line is when I goto services to make sure it was turned on automatically (as technet directed me to do) I could not find the SMTP service.


Does anyone know why this is?  I had uninstalled reinstalled SMTP but it still does not show up.


Glen Harouff

Mentor Public Schools

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