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Hi

We are running a domino server for internal mailing. We would like to route our external mails to the internet and receive all mails for our domain from the internet.

We will be using the services of some Service provider, who will receive all our domain mails and will deliver all the external mails received from the domino. We will be using dial-up for this and VPOP3 will be used as an connecting medium between Domino and Service Provider.

Now, can somebody please help me about how to configure :

1. Domino to route all external mails to VPOP3.
2. VPOP3 to receive mails from Domino and Service provider.
3. Can someone also suggest some excellent ISP with whom we can register ouyr domain name and also have a Jumbo box facility for receiving all our domain mails ?

This is very urgent as i have got only 2 days to finish this off.

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Pankaj Rawat
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AndrewJayPollack earned 80 total points
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if its very urgent, and you need all these instructions, I'd suggest one of these options:

1) see the domino administration help file -- its all documented there.

2) check out www.notes.net, there are redbooks on the subject available.

3) set the points here to 200, not 20, and perhaps someone will take pity and give you all the specific commands you need.
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