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I have just set up a new server on a remote site under the same domain as our head office. Users on the remote site (SERVER3) can send e-mails without any problems to users on their site and users at our head office, their mail server is SERVER3.
Users at our head office (SERVER1) can't send e-mails to SERVER3.
The error that is coming back is 'No route found to server SERVER3/DOMAIN from server SERVER1/DOMAIN.  Check Server and Connection documents in Name & Address Book.'
The servers are 4.x.

Thanks in advance for any help.

Cheers

Simon
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Hi srandrews.  let's deal w/ your problem one step at a time.  First, when you created SERVER3, do you remember creating a connection document in NAB? That connection document carries information that opens the connection from SERVER3 to SERVER1. If you did, all you have to do is create another one for SERVER1. This time its SERVER3 to SERVER1. Complete all the informations on that document and replicate the NAB.  This way, any changes you made in either NAB of SERVER3 & SERVER1 will synchronize. Then try sending email to any users in SERVER3.
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Rather annoyiningly I'd done this, but I didn't change the COM port it was using (they were different on the two servers). Cheers anyway, I could have been trying to find that out for weeks!!
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