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Multiple SMTP in 605 - Manage domains

Jul 21, 2017 at 06:28 PM

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Hi all,

My environment has two companies and respectivally its users. The users of first company have the domain "@comp1.com" and the second company have the domain "@comp2.com".
In my SCOT, i have one SMTP configured to manage the company one, as "smtp.comp1.com".

I tried to configure a second SMTP node with the domain "smtp.comp2.com", but the messages never pass through there.

My need is: when a user from company 1 send a email, it would pass through smtp.comp1.com; and when a user from company 2 do it, it would pass through smtp.comp2.com.

There's a way to do it?

King regards,
Gustavo

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It's more an Administration question than an ABAP question !

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Sandra Rossi Jul 21, 2017 at 09:37 PM
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For the node of comp1, you enter the SMTP host/port for comp1, and you enter the address type *.comp1.com

For the node of comp2, you enter the SMTP host/port for comp2, and you enter the address type *.comp2.com

For every user, you enter their email address.

So, when a user sends a mail, it's automatically routed to the right SMTP server according to the user's email address.

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Sandra, can you provide some screenshots for your suggestion?

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Note that my problem is with the sender (employee-sap-user@comp1 , employee-sap-user@comp2 must go through different servers), not the receiver.

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Oh sorry, I should have better read carefully your question.

I tried to investigate a little bit, and I couldn't find a solution. I have read the code in subroutine OBJECT_SEND_EXTERN of include LSOA2FE1, which I think is triggered when an email is sent, to determine the node (field SNDART in table SOSC), and it seems there's absolutely no code about the sender, and only an enhancement of the code can solve your requirement.

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