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Email Channel configuration in Adobe campaign classic hosted locally

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Hi team,

 I have installed adobe campaign classic on premise/local machine. Can we send emails through local instance. If yes, what all steps do we need to follow to achieve the same. 

I have additional questions to the above query

1. How is tracking server configured 

2. Do we need a email service provider or subdomain hosted on different server is enough 

 

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Hi @rich1991,

For local installations, you can use an email relay to send all emails to a service such as mailtrap which will collect all your emails in a single inbox. Optionally, you can also forward them (manual and even automated) to another email address of your choice.

 

What you need to do is the following.

1. Update the mta process element of your instance configuration file as follows:

 

  <mta autoStart="true" statServerAddress="localhost:7777">
    <child>
      <smtp>
        <IPAffinity name="default,mid.default,dev.default,test.default">
		  <!--  For dev instances, if you need a default IP (not recommended), use address="0.0.0.0" -->
          <IP address="0.0.0.0" heloHost="<<name_of_your_computer>>" publicId="1" weight="1"/>
        </IPAffinity>
      </smtp>
    </child>
  </mta>

 

 2. Update the mta process element's relay element in your serverConf file as:

 

<relay address="127.0.0.1" port="25"/>

 

This example assumes that the email relay used is listening on port 25.

 

Let me know if that helped.

 

Regards,

Ishan

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Hi @rich1991,

For local installations, you can use an email relay to send all emails to a service such as mailtrap which will collect all your emails in a single inbox. Optionally, you can also forward them (manual and even automated) to another email address of your choice.

 

What you need to do is the following.

1. Update the mta process element of your instance configuration file as follows:

 

  <mta autoStart="true" statServerAddress="localhost:7777">
    <child>
      <smtp>
        <IPAffinity name="default,mid.default,dev.default,test.default">
		  <!--  For dev instances, if you need a default IP (not recommended), use address="0.0.0.0" -->
          <IP address="0.0.0.0" heloHost="<<name_of_your_computer>>" publicId="1" weight="1"/>
        </IPAffinity>
      </smtp>
    </child>
  </mta>

 

 2. Update the mta process element's relay element in your serverConf file as:

 

<relay address="127.0.0.1" port="25"/>

 

This example assumes that the email relay used is listening on port 25.

 

Let me know if that helped.

 

Regards,

Ishan