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Arun Kumar is a team lead in the San Jose Conferencing Technical Assistance Center. He has over eight years of experience in conferencing technology and specializes in Cisco Unified Meeting Place Express and Cisco WebEx Meeting Server. He joined Cisco in 2010 as an escalation engineer for the Cisco Telepresence group. Before joining Cisco he worked for the UK's third-largest internet service provider Supanet on VoIP technology and the *Nix domain. Kumar holds a master of science degree in computer science from Sikkim Manipal University in India, and he holds CCIE (Voice) and VMware Certified Professional certifications.
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Hi, unfortunately i've found an interesting note in CWMS administration guide:
|Step 5||If displayed, enter the Username and Password credentials for the system to access your corporate mail server.|
Emails from the system are sent by admin@
this is not convinient, because usually enterprise mail servers won't let user send an e-mail.
are there any wais to change admin@
Hello Mobile Service,
Currenly admin @ user site url is only supported option and %username% can't be used here.
Make sure to enable realy from CWMS IP's (Admin and Web) to email servers and there will be no issues in sending or receiving emails.
You can check logs for mail activity too, check my this thread here for same info:
Hello Mobile Service,
Please don't allow relay based on from name (if we allow then you can telnet to your exchange if allowed and can send email to anyone uisng this valid from address), instead use CWMS IP's , as CWMS CLI is locked and there is no way someone else can take that CWMS IP and send email to your mail server.
We suggest to use realy based on IP.