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Stairway to SQL Server Agent - Level 4: Configuring Database Mail


Stairway to SQL Server Agent - Level 4: Configuring Database Mail

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Richard Waymire
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I appreciate the time and effort that has gone into this whole series! Thank you! (This one was most timely and informative.)

A couple very minor candidate typographical corrections:

Figure 3 caption looks like it's a holdover from the previous article.

In the "Review the Database Mail Logs", I think msdb..sysmail_event_system should be msdb..sysmail_event_log (At least it appears that way in my SQL 2005 and SQL 2008 R2 instances.)
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Indeed - my mistake on the caption - it should say "Figure 3: New Database Mail Account". I'll get that changed.


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In the "Review the Database Mail Logs", I think msdb..sysmail_event_system should be msdb..sysmail_event_log (At least it appears that way in my SQL 2005 and SQL 2008 R2 instances.)

Yes, looks like an editing error, it absolutely should say sysmail_event_log.

Thanks for pointing these out!

-Richard



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If you're creating a standalone cloud-based server, would it also need Exchange running on it to have everything supported?

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