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Domino Routing - creating a connection document.

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Hello,

I need to be able to route an email from Server A1 to Server B1.  I can not route directly to server B1 but I can route to Server B2 which in turn will pass the email on to Server B1.

Can anybody suggest what type of connection document is required and provide an example?

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Depending on whether these are each seperate Domains, you would probably need an Adjacent Domain connection DOc from A1 to B2, and hopefully B2 will have a similar doc to B1, so transfers should be transparent.

If you are all in the same NNN, then a normal connection doc is all that is needed.


I hope this helps !
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I'll assume all the servers are in the same domain, and the "can't connect to B1" is a specific network/firewall issue.

You need a simple connection document that specifies
- source and destination servwrs (A1, B2)
- optional IP address (if server names can resolve, then you don't need IP)
- does mail routing task, but not replication

If you use typical pull-only oruting, you will need a second, mirror image connection, from B2 to A1.

Most likely, B2 and B1 already know how to route to each other.

Special note: If A1 and B1 are in  the same Domino Named Network (DNN/NNN), then nothing will work, since A1 will always try to contact B1 directly, and will never try the mail routing connection.
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A1 and B1 are in the same NNN which is probably why I am having a problem.

So just to clarify and close this question - A1 has to be able to route to B1 using normal TCPIP routing?
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