How To Specify/Change the SMTP Server DocuShare will use to Send Email
NOTE: This solution applies to DocuShare 4.x, 5.x, and 6.x
· You must know the SMTP server’s IP Address or Fully Qualified Domain Name
NOTE: You must be an administrator to perform this solution
NOTE: To perform this solution it requires that you stop DocuShare
NOTE: This solution was created using the Windows Operating System, it will need to be modified if you are using Linux or Solaris.
Using the Command Line Configuration Tool to Change the SMTP Server
a. Stop DocuShare
b. Open a command prompt window. The Command Prompt window displays.
c. Use the cd command to change into the Xerox\Docushare\bin directory.
Example cd C:\Xerox\Docushare\bin
NOTE: Depending on your installation environment the installation path for DocuShare may vary.
NOTE: Running dssetup will cause the uriworkermap.properties file to be overwritten. If you have added entries to your file you will need to readd the information once dssetup has been completed.
d. Type dssetup. The “Welcome to the DocuShare command line configuration tool” message displays
e. Accept the values in square brackets by pressing Enter until you get to the field DocuShare SMTP server.
f. Next to the DocuShare SMTP server type the new SMTP Server IP Address or Fully Qualified Domain Name then press Enter.
g. Next to the DocuShare SMTP server port  press Enter. (unless you use different SMTP port)
h. Accept the rest of the values in square brackets by pressing Enter.
i. The” DocuShare command line configuration tool – success!” message displays.
j. Close the command prompt window and start DocuShare.
NOTE: Changing the SMTP Server in Admin Home does not change the routing email notification mail server settings. It is best to use the command line option to make the change.