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CMS-XML SMTP E-mail Configuration Tips.
these two settings are used to place the proper URL for issue links inside of the text of e-mail messages. Simply enter the computer name of the teamtrack Web server computer in the Web Server box, and the correct port (usually 80) in the Port box.
CMS-XML SLM: How to configure SLM (Serena License Manager) and its clients for a redundant server environment
... an existing redundant server configuration, go ... ... the first 3 SERVER lines to match ... ... TCP/IP port and the end of each SERVER line where the ... Specifying this port is required as ... ... If the SLM servers will be behind ... about specifying a port for the merant ... SERVER this_host ... SERVER this_host ... SERVER this_host ... SERVER huey 012c ... SERVER dewey 023c ... SERVER louie 011c ... ... compare the 3 SERVER lines in this email with the ones ... ... matches between the email and the respective ... ... keys using the correct hostid for every ...
CMS-XML Email submit fails with error "Failed to receive greetings from IMAP server"
12/07/2011 10:54:15: Begin Mailbox Processing, Number of Mailboxes: 1, Server Type: IMAP, Server Name: imap.gmail.com, Port : 993
CMS-XML ERROR -- Failed to send notification email to recipient < email address >: Could not connect to SMTP host: localhost, port: 25
Select the Application Repository and Event Manager tab Check the box to 'Use SMTP Mail Server for the Event Manager and Application Repository'. Enter the connection information for the SMTP server used by the Event Manager and Application Repository.
PDF Administrator’s Guide
Enter the name of the system on which the SMTP mail server is installed in the Server Name (SMTP) field. In the Server Port field, enter the port that is used to communicate with the mail server . This defaults to 25 and is the normal port that the mail server uses.
PDF Serena Dimensions RM Administrator’s Guide
Enter the name of the system on which the SMTP mail server is installed in the Server Name (SMTP) field. In the Server Port field, enter the port that is used to communicate with the mail server . This defaults to 25 and is the normal port that the mail server uses.
CMS-XML MCLG: How to recover a Collage installation
On the Create Admin Database screen, choose to "Use Existing Admin Database". On the Machine Name and Port screen, enter the correct server and port information where the admin database is currently located.
CMS-XML SBM: After promote changes, replication to other load balance and cluster servers does not occur (UDP Multicasting)
Start IC-Tester on all other nodes in client mode. Then, you can check if all the clients receive what the server sends. For a more precise test, you can use "custom" mode, which will allow you to enter the address and port and TTL (use 16). This will allow you to test the same virtual IP and ports that SBM is using.
CMS-XML How to get a copy of the certificate chain and copy it to the certificate trust store ("PKIX path building failed" or similar SSL connection errors.)
Open Internet Explorer or Chrome and specify https url you are attempting to use. As example if you are connecting to a mail server enter the url and port being accessed, e.g. https://imap.gmail.com:995/ or an orchestration endpoint url.
PDF Installation and Configuration Guide
4. Restart the Serena Tomcat service. 5. Enter the Dashboard login URL with the new port number in a browser window and verify that the login screen appears correctly : http://<servername>:< port >/dashboard/login For example, if the server name is dashboard and the port number is 9090, enter : http://dashboard:9090/dashboard/login Adding Data Sources and Managing Metrics
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