Error received when creating a remote session on the calendar

I have one problem. I am using Lotus Domino Java API for accessing "calendar entries" from the server. When I try to create a meeting and send it out, Notes posts the following error:

4000: You are not authorized to use the server.

When I create a local session and create a meeting after that, it works fine. The document is mailed to the recipients without a problem. But, when I do create a remote session, Notes sends the error. The error comes in the following line:

Does the server have the router and SMTP running? If not, the servers needs to know what server in the domain provides the mail service. When you're running on your client, it knows which server is providing the mail server and the mail will work. If the originating server knows about the mail server, the mail server will permit the originating server to send mail.

This was last published in October 2002

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