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I need to send an HTML email via PowerShell, but my SMTP server needs authentication. Is there a way to get the SMTP settings configured for Adaxes via a script?

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Yes, you can retrieve the mail settings configured in Adaxes using the IAdmServiceMailSettings interface. For details and script examples, have a look at the following SDK article: https://www.adaxes.com/sdk/IAdmServiceMailSettings. If this is not what you meant, please, describe the required behavior in all the possible details with screenshots and live examples.

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