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Lotus notes mail to exchange using SMTP

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I have a problem related to Lotus notes development. My Exchange Server is in Singapore and having sites in US and Japan. The SMTP is set in the Server (Bridgehead) in the US. So, whenever we send out mail using SMTP..it always goes to the US and to internet before sending back to users eventhough the users are in Singapore. This is time consuming where it tooks long time to reach it's destination. How can I overcome this like if I want it to recognise if the reception is local then it use Singapore bridgehead to them instead of going all the way to US before returning. Anything can be done in configuration wise or progmatically?
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mikecr earned 200 total points
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You would need to set up a domain with your own mail server locally with DNS and this should work.
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Hello maran_v

this question is open for more then 2 months
time to clean up
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my recom will be
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Question has been closed as per recommendation

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