I have series of month end reports that are converted to PDF's and sent to
a MonthEnd email account in Domino. In the MonthEnd mail file I have a
series of rules that scan the subject for a particular value and that is
used to indicate where to forward the email to (a yahoo email address for
The problem is that all my outbound email must first go through a
Barracuda spam appliance, and in there the emails are being blocked
because the sender (sent from domino, when forwarded) does not contain the
@mydomain.com and the subject is blank as well.
I tried everything I can think of (ie using whitelisted content filters
and even added the MonthEnd@xxxxxxxxxxxx as a whitelisted user), but since
it appears that Domino is not sending the full sender name, nor the
subject, I cannot get the emails to be sent to bypass the restrictions
imposed by the Barracuda
If I forward the emails manually everything works fine so it appears to be
something with using a mail rule to auto forward an email.
Anyone have any suggestions?
Gerald Kern - Information Technology
IBM Certified RPG IV Developer
Lotus Notes/Domino 8.0.1 Administrator
The Toledo Clinic, Inc.
4235 Secor Road
Toledo, OH 43623
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