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May 23, 2016, 12:25 PM
122 Posts

Re: Domino User Address not found SMTP

  • Category: Domino Server
  • Platform: Windows
  • Release: 9.0.1
  • Role:
  • Tags: address lookup,smtp
  • Replies: 4
Hello David!

Just complementing the information provided by D Porter.

In fact the issue is not related with address name containing the domain name.
The issue is related with Domino domain separator.
See the information from the following document:

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Specifies the character that used to separate Domino domains in the sender's Internet address.
The separator character selected determines the Domino domain(s) position field whereas that can be used.

Choose one:
% - percent sign - (default) - Select this option only if you selected Left of '@' in the Domino domain(s) position field.
. - period - Select this option for use with either value in the Domino domain(s) position field.

Note: Do not use the period as the separator character when the Domino domain(s) position is set to Left of '@' and either of the following variables is set in the server's NOTES.INI file: SMTP_LEFT_DOT_NEVER_DOMAIN=1 or SMTP_REPLACE_DOTS_OFF=1. These variables prevent the server from considering a period (.) in an inbound address as a Domino domain separator. For example, in the address John.Smith.Sales@renovations.com, the server will be unable to interpret Sales as the name of a Domino domain.
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> Using a Global Domain document to set up a server to receive mail for multiple Internet domains
https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/#!/SSKTMJ_9.0.1/admin/conf_settingupaservertoreceivemailformultipleinternet_t.dita

I hope it helps!

Best Regards!

Rodrigo San Vicente
IBM


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