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a question about replicating two servers

a question about replicating two servers

a question about replicating two servers

i have two servers  server 1 and server 2 in the same domain i created a replica from server 1 users mail file on server 2 (and  viceversa ) but i wasn't able to access the replica files on server 2 through           web browser
   so i came up with an idea to create a user on server 2  with the same user name and password without a mail file ( i chose mail system  "none"  )and it worked but the problem is that
   when i send mails from users that was created originally on server 1 (replica and none mail file  user on server 2 ) to any user that was created originally on server 2 (replica and none mail file  user on
   server 1 ) it delivers a mail failer message that it can' t find the user im sending to .
     im using lotus domino 8.5.2

remark :- the two servers are separated and not connected to each other except a times to force replication .

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