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Thread: [SOLVED] vCenter cannot use Zimbra to send email

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    Default [SOLVED] vCenter cannot use Zimbra to send email

    According to http://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/mic...nalId=1004070:

    The ability to send mail may be restricted so that anonymous email is not allowed or that specific user accounts are required to send mail. If this is the case a rule must be created to allow the VirtualCenter Server to send email, as there is currently no way to configure SMTP authentication with VirtualCenter.

    Is there a way to configure Zimbra to allow just 1 account for vCenter to use to send email without having to authenticate?

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    You will need to add the vCenter IP address into the "MTA Trusted Networks", and it will be allowed to send email without authentication.
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    This works! Thanks Krishopper!

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