Currently Domino includes a copy of attachments on delivery failure reports. This should be a configuration option to keep from overwhelming the router or the sender when multiple recipients get failures.
Domino Mail Routing delivers a message to a users home server. In the case of a clustered environment, this means that when Server A accepts mail for John Citizen, it Routes it to Server B (John's Home Server), but since Server A and Server B are cluster members, the message ...
One latent worry I've always had is that an obscure bug will one day surface in a mailout agent causing an infinite loop, or even a hacker finding a way to hijack application logic and pump out spam.
I would propose that the router have controls that allow the ...
A Domino server sends mail to the internet through a forwarding host (e.g., any sort of internet provider). For failover, the customer contracts with 2 or multiple internet providers (or runs two independant firewalls, whatever there is). If the forwarding host fails, there seems to be no automatic ...
Implement SPF or better Sender Rewriting Scheme for forwarded Mail.
In certain circumstances, enabled SPF will reject forwared Mails from your domain: If you have webuser which get their Mail forwarded to a external adress, a certain percentage of Mailserver will not accept this mails anymore, as ...
Is there any way to control if a Forwarding Address in the person document s external or internal ?
This is what I would do if I am allowed to change the Domino Directory:
- Using the Forwarding address field in the Person Document: ...
Currently you can either allow or not allow inbound email to Groups in the Domino Directory. I would like to disable inbound mail to all groups except for an exception list.
I am well aware that you can set the following via Notes.ini / router configuration. It will affect that server and those who use that server as their mail server.
1. Maximum message size (for both incoming & outgoing)
2. Maximum number of recipient
3. Message size x number of ...
Problem: There are 3rd party products or mail server rule that try to "guess" at what constitutes an unwanted inbound email. However, the ones that get through to the user have to be dealt with by the user.
The user must identify an email and choose ...