If the new application is making a connection to the server and getting
rejected, then you will see that get logged even if logging is minimal. You
may need to enable SMTPDebug=1 and be watching the console while you're
attempting delivery from the new application. But don't leave that debug on
for too long. :)


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Thanks,
Chris
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On Fri, Aug 22, 2014 at 7:34 AM, <rob@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Certain things are allowed to relay through our Domino SMTP server.
Copier/printer/scanners for example.
Is it logged somewhere when this occurs? We've installed a new
application. I've ensured the necessary address is allowed to relay.
I'm not seeing anything in console.log and log.nsf.
I've ensured that the existing scanner is still working fine. Although I
can't see any log entries for it.


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