Hi Eelko,

XMail does normally forward non-local e-mails to external SMTP servers. A more likely cause of your problem is that your ISP is blocking outbound access to SMTP ports to prevent spam. Try this: "telnet smtp.gmail.com smtp", if that doesn't connect, that's your problem. If it does connect, your internet IP address is likely to be on "dynamic IP" blacklists, so your mail could easily disappear in spamfilters. A solution could be to configure your ISP's smtp server as a "smart host" ("DefaultSMTPGateways") in XMail.


Ivo

Op 17-6-2012 19:45, Eelko schreef:
Hello,

I have a question about the configuration of XMail. I setup the XMail server 
for the domain home.lan. I created some users (eg. te...@home.lan and 
te...@home.lan) and I am able to send emails between these accounts. Now I 
wanna send an email from one of these test account to some internet email 
address, let's say my gmail account. Unfortunately XMail doesn't automatically 
forward the email to the gmail smtp server. How can I accomplish that XMail 
forward all email which cannot be delivered locally?

BTW, the server can access the Internet and "nslookup smtp.gmail.com" gives a 
valid answer.


Any suggestions are welcome.

Thanks in advance,
Eelko.
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