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I looked at the pasthru stuff, and in the administrator manual it says it 
cannot be used for HTTP access, is this where INotes would come in.  The 
people that want to access the mail will not have a notes client 
available.

Doug





Doug Strong
Systems Administrator
St Peter's Hospital
2475 Broadway
Helena MT 59601
(406) 444-2125



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You could setup a the DMZ server as a passthru server for users access 
from the internet.  The client would connect to the DMZ domino server, 
that server would connect to the private server. 

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Hi all,

I know this has been discussed before, but I want to get it straight in my 


mind.  We have been given the task to make e-mail and appointments, at 
least, available to the internet, so that people can get their mail etc, 
wherever they have internet access including with some of these new 
phones. 

Physical layout is that we have an as400 running domino 6.5.1 inside of 
our firewall.  We are implementing a new firewall tomorrow that will have 
a DMZ on it. 

I am guessing that we need to build a domino server on the DMZ that can be 


accessed from the internet.  Then is there a way to allow that server to 
"see" the internal server, I can handle the network routing part, so that 
the outside can safely access their mail.  Is this where INotes comes in, 
or do I need to sync the servers?  Our new boss used to do this using 
Exchange, and I have heard that Novel Groupwise will also allow  a server 
on the DMZ to act a an agent to get at the mail on the inside server 
without having to sync all the data to both servers.

Sorry this is so convoluted, but it just hit and, as usual, the budget and 


the time frame are tight.

Thanks
Doug





Doug Strong
Systems Administrator
St Peter's Hospital
2475 Broadway
Helena MT 59601
(406) 444-2125
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