When one goes into the Administrator and correctly verifies
that the SMTP email server connects with admin:firstname.lastname@example.org
on the LAN (xxxx being the password value for the ditomasos.com
email server), then why can't I put that email server's internal IP
address instead of ditomasos.com in our processorder.cfm to have
ColdFusion over the LAN directly get the emal server to submit
There is a coding section at the end starting with <cfset
messenger.email)to="email@example.com,.......(followed by a list
of valid ditomasos.com email receipients ) and found internally on
the LAN by its ip number 192.168.1.10
We want the email server on 192.168.1.10 to be directly
accessed on the LAN by ColdFusion (as alluded to in the
Administrator section verifying the SMTP connection with IP),
instead of being accessed by the external ditomasos.com pathway to
send an email of the order submitted in the ColdFusion application
to recipients on its own email system.
The server on which the ColdFusion resides has a
gateway/router pointed to another ISP than that of the email
server, yet both can ping each other on the LAN (same subnet).
Also, if just one of those listed email addresses is not
available, then none of the orders are delivered to the
ditomasos.com groupwise email mailboxes.
Anyway - I would be quite grateful for any ideas or
directions pointing toward resources or hints.