notes.ini Reference - "Router" category (91 Entries)
The Domino mail router (the Router) is a server task which is responsible for the delivery and transfer of the messages in the MAIL.BOX. All keys which will affect the router can be found in this section.
No additional information is known about this variable.
allow an Administrator to disable Relay reports.
Controls behaviour of the MailDest statistics.
Determines if the router will expand groups and deliver mail to members of those groups.
Disable the readers field restrictions for the router.
Disable sender elimination for NonDelivery Reports.
Fixed a Router problem that causes a message for a recipient to be forwarded to a smarthost instead of routed to another Notes Domain
Fixed a Hosted Server/ASP problem involving incorrect reply addresses.
This fix introduces a control to change the Router's DNS Query time-out when dispatching messages to internet domains.
Specifies the number of seconds to delay before first retry attempt.
Specifies whether the router should return delivery status notifications (DSNs) for messages received over SMTP with null RFC 821 reverse paths.
eliminate duplicate messages to recipients when the recipient is both on the To or Cc: and in a group on the To or Cc, for messages coming from the internet.
Enabled/Disabled detailed stats for routing per destination
Will instruct Router group expansion, during top level group expansion, to ignore ambiguous lookup matches that are not groups.
Tells the router to ignore the multiple relay support that uses Foreign SMTP Domain documents
Will only send a single message for BCC recipients when routing via SMTP through Relay Host.
This fix provides a workaround for customers who wish for certain English failure reasons returned in NDRs by the Router to be translated.
Fixed a problem where if a wildcard "Non-adjacent domain document" exists, then it is incorrectly used for routing Internet emails by SMTP
Changes the way the router notifies users when mail priorities are changed.
Buffer time allowed around the low priority mail delivery time that low priority messages can be delivered.