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Setup Unix e-mail a user in Lotus Notes

Posted on 2004-08-17
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Was wondering if anyone knew how to setup a Unix Box to send email to a Lotus Notes server.
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If the Notes server participates in Internet mail it should have an SMTP gateway. And in that case you should be able to include:

define(`SMART_HOST', `notes.domain.tld')dnl

in your sendmail.mc (replacing notes.domain.tld with the FQDN of the Notes server) and rebuild sendmail.cf and restart sendmail. It may be necessary to also:

define(`LUSER_RELAY', `notes.domain.tld')dnl

to cause sendmail to forward mail to addresses on the Notes server that don't correspond to local accounts on the Unix box (if both are in the same domain).
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or [10.10.10.10] instead of tld for IP address
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