On 2007-09-19 14:06, Jack Stone <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
> > Date: Wed, 19 Sep 2007 21:34:54 +0300> From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]> To: [EMAIL 
> > PROTECTED]> CC: freebsd-questions@freebsd.org> Subject: Re: Sendmail out to 
> > port 2525> > On 2007-09-19 12:53, Jack Stone <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:> >> 
> > > Am using FBSD-6.2p7 Sendmail-8.13.8> >> > I spent several days trying 
> > different configs to relay mail from my> > sendmail relay received from 
> > another relay using postfix -- to a> > Windows server only listening on 
> > port 2525. So far no luck and all> > attempts to relay to the Windows 
> > server shows "service not available."> > Receiving emails from the sending 
> > postfix relay okay and my sendmail> > relay is attempting without success 
> > to deliver to the Windows machine.> >> > Here's the setup:> > 1) From - 
> > Postfix (transport.map = domain.tld smtp:[200.xxx.xxx.xx]:2525> > 2) To: My 
> > Sendmail Relay accept (access file - 200.xxx.xxx.xx RELAY> > mailertable = 
> > domain.tld smtp:[60.xxx.xxx.xx]> > 3) Relay to: Windows Server containing 
> > the users - listen to receive port 2525> > [...]> > How do I make #2 send 
> > on 2525 ???> > You have to tweak the relay mailer args:> > 
> > define(`SMART_HOST', `windows.server')

I can barely read this sort of quoted email.  Something in hotmail or in
the way you are posting mutilates quoted text so badly that it is
horrendously difficult to read :-(

> But, there are 300+ domains + several dozen servers to relay to, so can't 
> just send to a single smarthost - or, is there a way?.
> > define(`RELAY_MAILER_ARGS', `TCP $h 2525')>
>
> Haven't tried this yet, but will.
> > If you are using a mailertable in Sendmail, please show us the> mailertable 
> > too.>
>
> Mailertable is like this for the 300+ domains:
> domain1.org     smtp:[200.000.000.1]domain2.org     
> smtp:[200.000.000.2]domain3.org     smtp:[200.000.000.3]domain4.org     
> smtp:[200.000.000.4]

Do you _really_ have 300+ mailertable entries?  Wow ;-)

Do all these MTA listeners use the same incoming port (2525)?

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