How to set up SQLMail

By Sean Baird on 11 September 2000 | 0 Comments | Tags: SQLMail


I've received about 4 questions recently from people wanting to know about SQLMail; specifically, how to get it set up and working properly.

Fortunately, the kind folks at Microsoft get this question a lot, so they've put together a comprehensive guide to setting up this feature of SQLServer. (If you want to use SQLMail with SQL Server 6.5, click here.)

If you have additional questions after reading these articles, send them in! Shortly, I'll also be posting an article on how SQLServer can accept mail. Stay Tuned. Follow the link to How to set up SQLMail...

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