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I'm using the default builtin password expiration notifier.

I have it set to run everyday at 8AM, to check if the password will expire in <7 days, and send an email out to the user.

SMTP settings are verified, test successfully run when sent.

Scope is a singular domain in my enviornment.

Adaxes Version: 3.16.21627.0

I came back to the adaxes console this morning (after the weekend) and saw the task had been running for nearly 24 hours, no completion.

What is happening here?

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Hello,

For troubleshooting purposes, please, provide the following details:

  • A screenshot of the scheduled task configuration including the Activity Scope section.
  • Specify how exactly you see that the task runs for over 24 hours.
  • Send us (support@adaxes.com) a copy of the Adaxes Event Log in EVTX format. For information on how to view the log, have a look at the following help article: https://www.adaxes.com/help/ServiceEventLog.
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You can see by the screenshot that it's currently running for 20 hours now.

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Hello,

Thank you for the provided details. The event log is filled with errors related to on-premises Exchange. Most probably, your Exchange servers were not decommissioned correctly. If you are not actually using on-premises Exchange, restrict Adaxes from connecting to any of them: https://www.adaxes.com/help/AllowedExchangeForestsServers. Once done, check whether the issue persists.

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Thank you! Will get working on this.

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