jeffcan

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Hello guys,
I'm pretty confuse about exim configuration and I am hoping to find some kind of help here.

Here is my story:

I have a dedicated server at redstation datacenter and they've made it mandatory that we should use their SMTP relay server to send emails. I have configured my server by referring their FAQ page /http://www.redstation.com/dedicated-server/dedicated-server-faqs#MailRelayFAQ and it works flawless right now. :) I can send emails without any problem BUT I need to change something...


What I would like to do is that I want to use another email relay service just for one specific domain name.
All other domains on my server should still use redstation relay.

How could I tweak my exim configuration?

Please have a look at my current exim configuration below
I have only edited 'ROUTERSTART' section.


Code:
smarthost:

driver = manualroute

domains = !+local_domains

transport = remote_smtp

route_data = "relay.redstationmail.co.uk"
and as I mentioned, it works flawless right now with this configuration BUT I need to use another email relay just for one specific domain name..

PS: I have multiple IP addresses and domain that I would like to route has it's own ip. My exim also configured to send out emails by using domain's specific IP address


Please help me about this issue. I have tried alot of stuff but I don't want to talk about here to not confuse anyone
Thank you so much in advanced!!
 

cPanelMichael

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Hello :)

There are no native features available to setup a separate smart host for different domain names, however you are welcome to try implementing this functionality manually. The following post should provide some information to help you get started:

Certain Domains Through Smart Host

Thank you.
 

cPanelMichael

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You may want to consult with a system administrator if you are not comfortable setting up something like this on your own.

Thank you.