• Subject: RE: Native domino SMTP errors
  • From: "William Burgett" <wiburg@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 13 Dec 1999 10:16:09 -0500
  • Importance: Normal

I'm not real sure on this one, but I believe we had the a similar problem here.  Have you configured the "SmartHost" option"?  This tells domino where to  find the remote DNS. Good luck.

William Burgett
Valley Regional Healthcare

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-domino400@midrange.com [mailto:owner-domino400@midrange.com]On Behalf Of Damien Mounier
Sent: Monday, December 13, 1999 9:22 AM
To: domino400@midrange.com
Subject: Native domino SMTP errors

I'm running domino R5.01.02 on a V4R4 AS/400. I have setup the native domino SMTP, my TCPIP configuration
uses a remote DNS that resolves Internet adresses. When I send a message from Notes to the internet,
I have error messages in the domino console (I set Log_mailrouting=40 in the notes.ini file):
for example if the destination adresse is 'd_mounier@hotmail.com' the console display theses messages:
router: No messages transferred to hotmail.com (host hotmail.com) via smtp: server not responding
router: Failed to connect to smtp host hotmail.com because server not responding
with the command 'netstat *cnn' I see the smtp port is active and the state is 'syn-sent' and bytes in/out stays
at 0 value. I have disabled the native smtp service of the AS/400.
The internet messages are sent properly from a windows NT machine running Domino 4.6 in the same network !
The question is What should I do to send messages to the internet with native domino smtp ?
thanks for help.
Damien Mounier

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