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problem with running webservice on IIS (IMail 12.2)

Posted By i-Kirby 6 Years Ago
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Hello,



I have IMail server 12.2 that runs on IIS. It does workSmile

I'm making a webservice that will allow to use functions like browse all users, create/update/delete user.

It works perfectly when I run it from VS2012. But when I add it to IIS - only browse all users works... For other 'change' operations I get everytime 'false' as a result of call the dll function.

Does anybody have any ideas about the reason? Whe 'change' operations do not work from IIS?

Something about rights?...



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What you are describing sounds like it might be a permissions issue. When IMail is Installed and configured it sets all of the web applications to run as Network Service, and it sets permissions on the system for that user. Try changing your application pool to run under that user and see if that fixes the issue.

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Hello,



Thank you for your answer. I sloved the problem by adding the rights for IIS-IUSR for the IMail folder.


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