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SMTP Relaying

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by kwimberl, Nov 13, 2002.

  1. kwimberl

    kwimberl Well-Known Member

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    It should already be set that way unless you have messed with your exim.conf. My guess is that someone used a script on the server. Check the scripts that are you on your server.
     
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    netarus Well-Known Member

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    Could this be set for static relaying? We have a client that would like to use an external mail server. Could we configure just their domain to relay all SMTP their DOT.com email to their external server? Our customer has a flaky Microcrap Exchange server and they wish to use our Cpanel email server as a redundancy mechanism if their's goes down. Any recommendations for this?
     
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    [quote:5dff1b6832][i:5dff1b6832]Originally posted by netarus[/i:5dff1b6832]

    Could this be set for static relaying? We have a client that would like to use an external mail server. Could we configure just their domain to relay all SMTP their DOT.com email to their external server? Our customer has a flaky Microcrap Exchange server and they wish to use our Cpanel email server as a redundancy mechanism if their's goes down. Any recommendations for this?[/quote:5dff1b6832]


    I would love to know the answer to this also. We also have a client that uses a Microsuck Exchange server. :)
     
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