Specify Remote X.400 Name and Password
All X.400 connections are secure connections. An X.400 connector that contacts another X.400 messaging system identifies itself within the connect request. Identification includes the name of the local X.400 connector, the local connector's password, if any, and the name and password of the remote X.400 connector. If the identification does not match the configuration of the remote X.400 connector, the connection is refused. You specify the local X.400 name and password in the X.400 transport service Properties under Protocols. You specify the remote X.400 name and password on the General tab of your local X.400 connector.
A local X.400 connector's Remote X.400 Name is the name given to the remote X.400 connector on the remote server, which defaults to the server name, and the Remote X.400 Password is the password for the remote X.400 connector, which defaults to no password. The name and password are not case-sensitive. You must retrieve the name and password of the remote X.400 connector from the administrator of the remote messaging system and type them on your connector's General tab to complete the configuration.
To specify the remote X.400 name and password:
Note that the local X.400 connector name is specified in the X.400 transport service Properties under Protocols. The default local X.400 connector name is the name of the local server. You can override the local X.400 service name for TCP/IP and X.25 X.400 connectors on the Override tab.