Enable a Notes Server to Route SMTP Traffic Through Exchange
When you connect an Exchange
To enable the Lotus Notes/Domino server to route Internet-bound (SMTP) traffic through Exchange:
Tip Because Internet-bound messages from Notes users are routed through the Exchange organization, the connector appends @smtp@Exchange_foreign_domain to the e-mail address of each Internet recipient. (For example, email@example.com becomes firstname.lastname@example.org@smtp@Exchange, if the foreign domain name is Exchange.) Although this information does not affect message routing, displaying it may confuse some Notes users. To suppress this information, you must add a key value to the Windows registry. For more information, search the Microsoft Support Knowledge Base for article Q251955.
Related TopicsIdentify Exchange as a Foreign Domain