Yes I do have it in there. When I didn't, I was getting an error about
   mail relaying.

   ====================================
   Tom Kreimer
   Information Alternatives

   -----domino400-bounces+tkreimer=infoalt.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote: -----

   To: Lotus Domino on the iSeries / AS400 <domino400@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
   From: Chris Whisonant <Chris.Whisonant@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
   Sent by: domino400-bounces+tkreimer=infoalt.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx
   Date: 02/18/2005 07:37AM
   Subject: Re: Hosting mail

   In administrator, go to Configuration tab, then expand messaging, then
   open the Domains view.

   Do you have a document here? You should, open it and go to the Conversions
   tab. In the field labeled Alternate Internet domain aliases: do you have
   this secondary domain?

   Chris Whisonant
   Comporium
   Senior Mid-Range Systems Administrator
   IBM eServer Certified Systems Expert - iSeries Technical Solutions V5R2
   IBM Certified System Administrator - Lotus Notes and Domino 6/6.5
   803.326.7270 | 803.326.6142 fax

   domino400-bounces+chris.whisonant=comporium.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote on
   02/18/2005 01:44:46 AM:

   > I'm not sure if I'm going about this the right way.
   >
   > We want to host a few mailboxes for a small company on our Domino
   server,
   > using their Internet domain name.
   >
   > If possible, I don't want them in my NAB, so I created a secondary NAB
   and
   > use directory assistance. I created a mail file and listed it in a
   person
   > document in the secondary directory.
   >
   > Everything works EXCEPT mail delivery to this user, from the Internet.
   >
   > SMTP Server: Mail for hal@xxxxxxx rejected for policy reasons. Recipient

   > could not be found in the Domino Directory.
   >
   > By everything, I mean:
   > SMTP mail delivery - The messages are getting to my server
   > Directory assistance - I can use the person document in the secondary
   > directory for Web authentication
   > I can even use it for retrieving POP3 mail!!!!
   > I can send Notes mail to them using their Notes name and NRPC (not SMTP)
   >
   > The only thing I can figure is that DA is not designed to work for
   inbound
   > mail delivery. The help says DA can do the following:
   > 1-Client authentication
   > 2-Group lookups for database authorization
   > 3-Notes mail addressing
   > 4-LDAP service searches or referrals
   >
   > Number 3 is not spelled out, but I think it is for outbound addressing
   > lookups only?
   >
   > If not, I guess I will create an OU for them in our primary NAB.
   > ====================================
   > Tom Kreimer
   > Information Alternatives

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