Michael, we have Domino and we want to use SNDDST. The following is how I configured a Domino server that uses the AS/400 to send mail. The important parameter is SMTP(*MSF), which means you are going to use the SMTP of the AS/400 (the mail server framework). There is also a change command to change the Domino server.
If you don't use SMTP(*MSF), then there is indeed a problem, because there can only be one SMTP server listening to that specific SMTP port, and then you will have a conflict with Domino and AS/400. This doesn't happen in the case in which you tell Domino to use the AS/400 mail server framework.
CFGDOMSVR SERVER(ASDOM1) OPTION(*FIRST) +Has someone else done this successfully (i.e., sending and receive mail with Domino working, too)? Thanks in advance.
DTADIR('/ASDOM1/LOTUS/DOMINO') ORG(ASDOM) +
ADM(ADMIN ASDOM1 *N domino 3 *ADMIN) +
TIMEZONE(CET) DAYSAVTIME(*NO) WEB(*HTTP) +
MAIL(*ALL) SMTP(*MSF) DIRSRV(*NONE) +
ADVSRV(*PARTITION) NETWORK(NETWORKDOM) +
You could change the SMTP port of Domino, but why do it this way? I can't see a compelling reason. Applications don't care what the SMTP engine is, as long as it is listening. You should use the Domino SMTP service on the server, and let it listen for all SMTP requests.
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