When you use Inbox awareness, you can prevent redundant requests to the LDAP or Domino directory by defining which domains are allowed to accept resolve requests. Previous releases allowed this filtering through the use of custom code and was available only for LDAP directories.
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Use either ST_RESOLVE_BLACKLIST
parameters to define domains to be excluded or included in resolve requests. The default setting is blank for each list, which results in all requests being accepted.
- Open the sametime.ini file in a text editor. By default the file is located in the Sametime Community Server installation folder.
- In the [Config] section of thesametime.ini file, decide if you want to exclude domains with the ST_RESOLVE_BLACKLIST parameter or include domains with the ST_RESOLVE_WHITELIST parameter.
- Enter a comma-delimited list of domains to exclude or include in resolve requests. You can use wildcard characters. The limit for the list is 64,000 characters.
For example, this list excludes requests with email addresses from the external.org domain and its sub-domains:
- Save and close the file.
- Restart the Sametime Community Server.
Resolve requests from internal domains and sub-domains
The following example resolves requests with email addresses from the domain1.org or domain2.org domains and their sub-domains:
Resolve requests from internal domains without including sub-domains
The following example resolves requests with email addresses from the domain1.org or domain2.org domains without their sub-domains:
Parent topic: Configuring LDAP and Domino connections