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Howto Troubleshoot the E-Mail Notification

Created: 17 Sep 2012 • Updated: 17 Sep 2012 | 3 comments
SebastianW's picture
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Hello all,

we got an Exchange 2010 and a Backup Exec 2012 Server.

It does not work to send Notifications via the Exchange-Server. The problem seems to be a Backup Exec related issue. There are no incoming Mails from the Backup Exec Server. 

I have already tested the connection between BE and Ex-Server via telnet. It's working fine.

Any solution to troubleshoot the E-Mail Notifications? 

Thanks a lot.

Regards,

Sebastian

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SuperBrain's picture
  1. Ensure email notifications and settings (like servername, email address, etc) are properly configured.
  2. Let SGmon.exe run in the background with the following options checked:
    - Backup Exec Job Enginer, RAWS......
    - Backup Exec Server
  3. Run a small test job with SMPT Notificaiton configured OR Attempt to send a test notification
  4. Once the job/operation completes, check if you received the notification email
  5. If no email received examing the SGMon log and search for "Notify Return Code"
  6. If there is a hex code present, search for a related solution in SymWISE (Symantecs Knowledge Base)
SOLUTION
CraigV's picture

Hi Sebastian,

Do any test mails go through, or is this across all possible mail notification options?

THanks!

Alternative ways to access Backup Exec Technical Support:

https://www-secure.symantec.com/connect/blogs/alte...

SebastianW's picture

Bhavik, thanks a lot.

With SGmon.exe i can work out my problem.

It was a problem due to the relay restriction in Exchange 2010.

A thing which is often mentioned.

Thank you for you help!