IIS MANAGER Configure SMTP E-mail here to send using an external mailserver will work for ASP scripts – Deliver to SMTP server with credentials
IIS 6.0 MANAGER Configure the SMTP server here to make the PHP mail-function work. Properties: Access-Connection – Grant only your own server IP and 127.0.0.1 Access-Relay – Grant only your own server IP and 127.0.0.1 Delivery-outbound security – Basic Auth login details TLS Delivery-Advanced – Smart Host smtp server name
PHP.INI SMTP = 127.0.0.1 smtp_port = 25
SERVICES configure SMTPSVC to start automatic, so you won’t go crazy after your next reboot…
I am not the only person with this problem: Something calendar entries in Lightning register as status Tentative and it shows in a different transparent shade of the calendar color. I can manually change the status to confirmed directly in lightning however that is a pain. Plus, it sounds crazy but having these entries a different shade/color drives me nuts.
Found this on this website and made me think; ‘hm, maybe I should do that too?’ I have to look into this…
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<!-- Define a specific version of PhoneGap to build --> <platform name="android"> <preference name="phonegap-version" value="cli-7.1.0" /> </platform> <platform name="ios"> <preference name="phonegap-version" value="cli-8.1.1" /> </platform>
Of course you search for solutions and may find out about density and qualifier, but neither keyword works. Also this link does not help by adding:
Access to /app/etc/local.xml is not so desired since it contains your db login.
However IIS does ignore .htaccess, so you need to change the local web.config file. Continue reading Magento security on IIS