Setting up SMTP routing to external Internet domains
To send messages over SMTP to destinations outside of the local Internet domain -- for example, to the Internet or another private network -- you must enable external SMTP routing.

To enable SMTP routing outside of the local Internet domain

1. Make sure that you prepared your system to send mail to the Internet.

2. Make sure you already have a Configuration Settings document for the server(s) to be configured.

3. From the Domino Administrator, click the Configuration tab and then expand the Messaging section.

4. Choose Configurations.

5. Select the Configuration Settings document and then click Edit Configuration.

6. On the Router/SMTP - Basics tab, complete this field, and then save the document:
SMTP used when sending messages outside the local Internet domainChoose one:
  • Enabled to use SMTP to route mail to the Internet
  • Disabled (default) to prevent the server from routing mail outside the local Internet domain
7. The change takes effect after the next Router configuration update. To put the new setting into effect immediately, reload the routing configuration.

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