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iNotes Routing

Posted on 2006-11-25
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I am using iNotes and it is located on our DMZ. It is sending internal mail out via the Internet. How can I get it to route mail internally to the Notes server on the LAN. Thanks in advance.
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If they are using Notes addressing Name/org  rather than first.last@org, then routing should be automatic via Notes.

In addtion there are some routing options in the Server Document.

Also in the COnfig page for the Server - Via the Admin client

se the options for router/SMTP - Basic page

Router/SMTP Basics        
Number of mailboxes:      1
SMTP used when sending messages outside of the local internet domain:      Disabled
SMTP allowed within the local internet domain:      Disabled
Servers within the local Notes domain are reachable via SMTP over TCPIP:      Always
Address lookup:      Fullname only
 
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