Tips and Tricks: Automate Open Relay Checking

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We’ve been working hard non-stop for last the year to improve our customer support experience, and we have made some amazing progress.  That being said, it is so exciting to see how our customers help each other too.  The quality and quantity of user-to-user support that’s happening inside Kaseya Connections is nothing short of awesome!

With such passionate and talented users helping each other, it becomes a great resource for Kaseya admins as they solve problems, and improve their service delivery day in and day out.   Don’t worry, we’re not going to hold hands in a circle and sing Kumbyah.  Instead I’d like to highlight an solution posted to our Knowledge Exchange inside the community.

From user, jdvuyk, here is a way to automate open relay checking on exchange servers. He inlcuded some great steps in the agent procedure to check for store.exe and then another check in case port 25 isn’t open.

Thanks to jdvuyk!

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