Same thing here. I gave up and signed an IBM Consult Line contract to get it
done. Still took a lot of tweaking, the latest maint from both Lotus and
IBM, and a little luck ;-) I still have a problem when I get mail from
particular people, fortunately very few. On those few occasions my POP mail
does not work but Lotus Notes does. I like Domino, don't get me wrong. I
look forward to using it a great deal more. While on this subject, does
anyone know of a Domino/Notes mail list?

Good Luck,
Bob Randall
Airxcel, Inc.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-midrange-l@midrange.com
> [mailto:owner-midrange-l@midrange.com]On Behalf Of Rich Andres
> Sent: Thursday, July 22, 1999 7:42 AM
> To: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
> Subject: Re: Notes Mail & SMTP/MTA on AS/400 V4R2
>
>
> Cynthia,
>
> We had the same problem on our AS/400 (V4R2).  We went through several
> interations of applying individual PTFs for SS1 and TC1 licensed program
> products.  I don't remember all of the required PTFs, but if you
> work with IBM
> support or your IR they can assist you.
>
> After several months applying various PTFs, all mail seems to be
> flowing in and
> out using the SMTP/MTA bridge and Lotus Notes mail.  Please
> e-mail me directly if
> you need more info (andres@interaccess.com).
>
> Regards,
> Rich Andres
> MIS Manager
> Daniel Woodhead Company
>
> "Cynthia M. Kovarik" wrote:
>
> > We are currrently experiencing problems with SMTP/MTA running on Notes
> > Mail on an AS/400 at V4R2.  Problems are intermittent ... sometimes
> > Internet Mail will go out, sometimes it won't, sometimes Internet Mail
> > responses will come in, sometimes they won't ... etc.
> >
> > Is anyone aware of any known problems with Notes 4.63 and V4R2?  I have
> > been trying web resources in vain and consultant is suggesting
> > installing latest and greatest cum tape with no proof that this will fix
> > the problem (not to mention creating some other problems!).
> >
> > Any and all ideas appreciated.  TIA
> >
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