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Saturday, January 19, 2008
When Phil issues the 'show server' console command on his Domino 6 SMTP server, he notices he has 412 dead messages. Where does Phil go to look at the dead mail?
what do you think???
Saturday, January 12, 2008
Lotus Notes: Compression & Encryption for TCP Port
How to enable compression & encryption for one TCP port & disable it for another TCP port:
From Domino Admin Client go to Server-->Status tab
Select Tools-->Ports -->Setup-->New
Select Name as TCPIP1 & Driver as TCP
Note : there will be default port as TCPIP already
Now you can enable compression & encryption for one of the port & disable for other by selecting respective tabs.
After it you need to restart server or at least TCP ports by "tell tcpip quit" & "load tcpip"
You can Enable the new TCP port in Server Document-->Ports--> Notes Network Ports.
After this restart the server again.
Now you can setup new connection document for any server using one of the port.