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MAPI user experience with multiple exchange servers

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Create a Credential which points to the domain account that corresponds to the mailbox you are checking.  MAPI uses the default mail profile setup within that account (see steps). The Credentials you give it must be accounts that are a member of the same domain as the ipMonitor system.

Steps to use MAPI User Experience with Multiple Exchange Servers:
 

  1. Create a Test1 domain account with a mail box on Exchange1 server.
  2. Create a Test2 domain account with a mail box on Exchange 2  server.
  3. Login to ipMonitor system as Test1 domain account and setup Mail Profile and Outlook to send and retrieve email.
  4. Logout.
  5. Login to ipMonitor system as Test2 domain account and setup Mail Profile and Outlook to send and retrieve email.
  6. Configure Monitor 1 to use Credential for Test1 domain account and enter TO email address for Test1 account.
  7. Configure Monitor 2 to use Credential for Test2 domain account and enter TO email address for Test 2 account.
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