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.
limit the message delivery for this mail to one router thread since
This INI variable variable specifies, in megabytes, the maximum database size allowed for a delivery.
will cause the Router to NDF (Non-Delivery Failure) a message when the number of recipients * multiplied by the message size (in k bytes) is greater than the value specified by the ini setting
Limit the size of attachments which could be send via mass mailings.
No additional information is known about this variable.
Removes redundant domains from addresses.
Enable/Disable adding recipient to readers field when send documents via LotusScript
will enable some special processing during outbound address translation
Changed the router to ensure that INetFrom is not used for outgoing SMTP Mail From
can be used to keep the Internet address in the BCC field from getting converted
Allow an admin to configure how the reverse-path (SMTPOriginator) is specified for messages forwarded by the user mail rule "send copy to" action.
Fix to allow router to continue journalling messages when hitting 64k limit error in order to prevent mail backing up in mail.box.
allows smime.p7m and smime.p7s attachments to be decoded when delivered to users with 'Prefers Notes Rich Text'.
Use this setting to determine whether all hosts should be subject to the anti-spam controls specified for the server.
Determines how many addresses can be added when the SMTP task adds received headers to messages received.
If set allows mail relays to known domains only.
Defines a textlist with domains
Enable a option to overwrite the "Message Typeface" to support the Euro Symabol.
Enables a DNS lookup on the domain specified in the HELO/EHLO smtp conversation and disallows connections from domains that are not found.
Allows you to specify the maximum message size that is allowed to be processed and delivered by the SMTP/MIME MTA during inbound processing.