In the Config doc for that server, (or create one), look for the Router/SMTP, Advanced, Controls. There is a "Restrict Name lookups to the Primary Directory" field that should normally be enabled, but you probably want it to be disabled for your task.

Eric Parsons
StartingBlockComputing, LLC.

Tom Kreimer wrote:
   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@¼¥K¤D¼ø?]

   To: Lotus Domino on the iSeries / AS400 <domino400@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
   From: Chris Whisonant <Chris.Whisonant@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
   Sent by: domino400-bounces+tkreimer@¼¥K¤D¼ø?]
   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@SåeÌ}íÓï
   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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