The SMTPVerifyAuthenticatedSender = notes.ini setting designates whether
mail that is sent
during an authenticated SMTP session must be from the Internet address of
users. The intent is to verify that the user is not attempting to spoof
the "From" field. This
feature is most useful when a Domino SMTP server is configured to enforce
that is not a requirement.
0 (default) - Do not require the sender to use their Internet address.
1- Require the Sender, or From, if Sender header does not exist, to match
the Internet address of the authenticated server.
2 - Require the RFC822 From header to match the Internet address of the
authenticated user. Sender is not checked, just From is checked.
This setting does not affect the Router, nor does it affect messages
that are not submitted
via SMTP. The
SMTPVerifyAuthenticatedSender setting does not
SMTPTranslateAddresses is configured. Mail is rejected if
addresses are translated because the
match fails. The features can only be used with single-address entries in
the From or
AuthenticatedSender = value