Mechanisms to restrict who can send mail via a component or ASP page.
There are 4 principal ways to restrict who can send mail via a component.
1. Use the IP address to restrict relay rights.
2. Use the ASP code and prevent people from calling the component (assumes they cannot edit ASP code themselves)
3. Set their web proxy account for IIS (typically referred to as the IUSER_MACHINENAME Anonymous user account for IIS) to run with a specific account for the customers web site only. You would then need to use Windows Security to set the access to the file. This is more of a Windows Security approach than a MailEnable specific approach.
4. Specify a username and password and authenticate the sending component before sending the relay message. Please see: http://www.mailenable.com/developers.
|Product:||MailEnable (Pro-Any Ent-Any)|
|Keywords:||ASP relay permissions COM restrict stop security permissions|
|Class:||INT: Product Integration|
|Revised:||Wednesday, May 4, 2016|