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Route mail from POP server to Domino server

Currently, we have a POP server handling all of our mail and we are thinking of moving to Notes mail. We want 30 people to make the transition first. I installed a Notes server, a handful of users and their mail route through the Domino server. How do I get the POP server to route their mail to the Domino server?
It depends on what your POP server is. Somewhere on that POP server you will need to tell it that joe@xyz.com is not on that server, but located at server2. Domino will process the mail if you have it listening on SMTP for the calls from your POP server, and you have set up Domino to be the home of those 30 users. I would honestly suggest hiring a Domino consultant to help you out for a few days. It will be well worth it in the long run to have your systems set up and configured by a professional.

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