Mar 12, 2011 2:56 AM
9 Posts

Multiple internet addresses for a single user

  • Category: Notes client
  • Platform: Windows
  • Release: 2.0
  • Role: Administrator
  • Tags: Internet
  • Replies: 4
 According to the terms of use, it's possible to have multiple internet addresses for a single user.  In LotusLive Notes services only environment, how can we configure multiple internet adresses for a single user ?
Does it mean that a user can receive mail on differents DNS domains, in case this domain have been defined and verified. 
Mar 28, 2011 3:19 PM
6 Posts
Re: Multiple internet addresses for a single user
Thanks for using the LotusLive Notes Forum.

If you have multiple domains verified and configured, then you can certainly have and   They would be treated as two separate users, but mail could easily be forwarded from one account to the other via a user mail rule. A rule with this purpose would be configured in domain1 and contain these criteria:  "WHEN all document, THEN send full copy to"

An alternative situation would be if you have one domain but a user that needs two addresses.  Let's use and as examples.  While we do not support aliases in a hosted environment, you could simply create a new group titled "SameUserDifferentName" and include "" in that group.  Mail sent to either address would be delivered to

Dec 12, 2011 3:23 PM
1 Posts
Re: Multiple internet addresses for a single user
Seriously? We have to use up multiple user licenses for a single user to have multiple domain email addresses?
There is no support for aliasing in LotusLive Notes? Why does this feautre exist in iNotes but not Notes?
Dec 14, 2011 1:12 PM
3 Posts
Re: Multiple internet addresses for a single user
In a Service Only environment, you cannot have multiple email addresses pointing to the same mail user.  So no alaises.

However, in a hybrid environment, you can use aliases.
Oct 10, 2016 1:15 PM
3 Posts
Internet E-mail Aliases for a Single User - Is this possible in 2016?

I see that the answers were given in 2011.

Has this changed in 2016 where a single user can use multiple aliases for internet e-mail addresses in a Service-Only and Hybrid Environment?