Correctamundo!
<rob@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
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I think I'm about beat into submission to where I'll have to adopt this
technique also. I take it you did a
CHGTCPIFC INTNETADR('...') AUTOSTART(*NO) on all the rest.
Then in your startup program, after STRTCP (and perhaps a delay), and
prior to starting Domino, you did a STRTCPIFC ... for the other
interfaces?

Rob Berendt
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Re: Binding the i5/os POP server to a particular address.






Rob -

I once had to do this because we were sending e-mail from the iSeries to a

corporate Exchange server for distribution and Exchange was set up to
accept
mail from only one of our addresses. Ended up having to start the one
interface, then start POP (and SMTP and MSF) which would bind to the one
active interface, then start the remaining interfaces.

HTH,

Steve

<rob@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
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Anyone know how to bind the i5/os POP server to a particular address?
CHGPOPA nor iNav properties for POP had anything there.

Rob Berendt
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Dept 01.073
Dock 108
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Kendallville, IN 46755
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