Sharepoint Foundation 2010 incomming emails not delivered to library RRS feed

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  • Hello

    we run a SharePoint 2010 Foundation server and an Exchange 2010 Mail Server. I want to add incoming-email-support to a SharePoint Library.
    I have installed and configured SMTP Server on the local SPF, enabled incomming email support on SharePoint via Central Administration, here I have specified the respective drop Email-Folder. Have added a new send-connector on Exchange in order to forward emails to the SharePoint SMTP (while SMTP and Sharepoint is the same host)
    I also have configured the Email-Settings on the library settings, configured a email-address, allowed to recieve email from any sender via Library Settings / Incomming-Email-Settings. Nevertheless the sender is a AD Member of the same Acrive Direcotry whom I gave contributor permissons to this site and library. It is a document library.

    While I send an Email to the resp. library this one is delivered via Exchagne to the SMTP server, put into the drop folder. From there it disapears very soon, obvioulsy it's beeing picke dup be the Timer Service. But the Email never arrives into the document library in charge. Actually I have no idea where the emails went without leaving a trace once they have been picked by the timer service from the drop folder of the smtp server. Actually I don't know for sure who pickes up the emails, but I can tell that they disapear after just a few minutes or secons from this folder where they can be found as .eml for the time beeing.

    Any suggestions where to search, where to look into some log-files etc. are highly appreciated.

    Thanks in advance

    Monday, June 11, 2012 4:33 PM


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