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.NET & SMTP

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I need something to give our Lotus/Networking group to help with the problem
of mail generated by my application is only delivered within our company
domain. For example ji*********@genesis-software.com is perfect but
ji*********@hotmail.com does not get delivered. The objects in questions are
middle tier on Windows2003 server. We are using, I think, the IIS SMPT
server to send email.

Someone was saying I need to configure SMTP to use another server, but I see
no where to configure the SMTP? I am searching the web not and didn't want
to go in Monday without an answer, any help is greatly appreciate.

Thanks!


Jul 21 '05 #1
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If your mail system is based on Notes, then you should use IIS as a smart
host only. This will permit the IIS (SMTP) element to forward mails to the
notes system for delivery.

If you are already doing this, then it sounds like that IP (the IIS server)
is not permitted to route mail traffic via the Notes system to the outside
world. This is a problem for your mail or network team to resolve.

Regards

John Timney
Microsoft Regional Director
Microsoft MVP
"Jim Douglas" <ja***********@genesis-software.com> wrote in message
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I need something to give our Lotus/Networking group to help with the problem of mail generated by my application is only delivered within our company
domain. For example ji*********@genesis-software.com is perfect but
ji*********@hotmail.com does not get delivered. The objects in questions are middle tier on Windows2003 server. We are using, I think, the IIS SMPT
server to send email.

Someone was saying I need to configure SMTP to use another server, but I see no where to configure the SMTP? I am searching the web not and didn't want
to go in Monday without an answer, any help is greatly appreciate.

Thanks!

Jul 21 '05 #2

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