I got the primary problem resolved(mail to the same domain not being routed
via SMTP) -- our network guys were blocking the IP address of the
QuickPlace server from connecting to our SMTP server.  Once that was opened
up, routing mail via SMTP works fine.

I still want to be able to route via Notes mail routing however but that's
a much lower priority.

Same Notes Named Network so that shouldn't be an issue

I have a connection doc for replication between the servers, I'll add mail
routing and see if that does the trick

Bob





                                                                           
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We had the same issue. Set up a connection doc with mail routing to a
mailserver was the solution for us.
Regards,

Arjen ter Horst

Lotus Domino administrator
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I set up QP for a trial last year. I seem to remember the same issue. I
cannot recall what I had to do - I believe it had something to do with my
Domino Named Network needing to be the same...

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
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domino400-bounces+chris.whisonant=comporium.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote on
07/15/2005 11:11:16 AM:

> I have several 6.5.4 servers setup on our iSeries, all the same Domino
> Domain, same Notes Named Network.
>
> When I try to send mail from the QuickPlace server(for instance
notifying
> someone of a new calendar entry), it routes fine to external SMTP
> recipients, but does not route if I try to send to an internal
user(someone
> in our NAB), the funny thing is, the delivery failure message gets
routed
> fine to the person who tried to the send the mail.  I would prefer to
user
> Notes mail routing rather than SMTP for internal recipients.  Does
> QuickPlace do Notes mail routing or does it only do SMTP ?  And any
> suggestions on how to get the internal mail routing working ?
>
> Bob
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