Hi Rob,

You shouldn't need that document at all any more. That was needed for
mail routing in the preR5 days. It certainly should not have replication
enabled.

Amy
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From: rob@xxxxxxxxx
To: domino400@xxxxxxxxxxxx,
Date: 02/01/2012 01:43 PM
Subject: TheInternet connection document
Sent by: domino400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx



We have a connection document from one server to TheInternet.

Basics
Connection type: SMTP
Source server: XDEK01/DEKKOWEB Destination server: TheInternet
Source domain:
Connect via:
Direct connection Destination domain: TheInternet
SMTP MTA relay host:

Replication Routing
Replication task: Enabled Routing task: Mail Routing
Replicate databases of: Low & Medium & High priority Route at
once if: 1 messages pending
Replication type: Pull Push Routing cost: 1
Files/Directory paths to replicate: (all if none specified) Router
type: Push Only


02/01/2012 13:50:39 Unable to replicate with server TheInternet: Unable
to find path to server. Check that your network connection is working. If
you have a working connection, go to Preferences - Notes Ports and click
Trace to discover where it breaks down.

Should I turn Replication off for this and just leave Mail Routing in it?

Rob Berendt

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