You Want Smtp/Imap/Ldappop3/Icm Bind Multiple Notes Tcp Ports ? No Problem..

By default SMTP/IMAP/LDAP/POP3/ICM all use only the first Notes TCP Port they
find.

How to use multiple Notes port ?
If you use multiple Notes TCP/IP Ports and wish to bind the specific Notes
Port, use the following Notes.INI:

NotesPort="the specific Notes TCP Port name"
where XXXX = SMTP, IMAP, LDAP, POP3, ICM

But it's not possible to bind more than one port, like this:
SMTPNotesPort=TCPIP1,TCPIP2

Solution:
To bind all ports, create a virtual port (without Net Address) in the server
document like this:
Port: TCPIP3
Protocol: TCP
Notes Network: TCP_SMTP
Net Adress: _nothing!_
Enabled: Enabled

In the Notes.INI, add the virtual port, and tell SMTP to bind it:
TCPIP3=TCP,0,15,0
Ports=TCPIP1,TCPIP2,TCPIP3
SMTPNotesPort=TCPIP3

Now, the SMTP server will use all ports.
This was last published in November 2000

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