Hello Mister ?

The file /etc/qmail/smtproutes (might be in another directory on your
distro) is what you should be looking at.
For example to forward all mail for the domain foo.com to the smtp
server bar.com:

It is also possible to forward ALL mail to one other server.

Take a look at http://www.lifewithqmail.org/lwq.html
section: 3.2.4. Relaying to a smart hos


On Mon, 2008-01-28 at 00:10 -0800, Mark wrote:
> Dear all,
> Kindly provide some pointers on how to make the smtp
> only servers on DMZ forward mails to internal server
> which is a toaster. How will client check the webmail
> ? 
> In my head, I will first have around 2- 3 servers in a
> round robin fashion which will receive all mails for
> our domain based on external IP address defined in
> rcpthosts/locals. This server will have an smtproute
> pointing to the internal server. I guess I need to
> have some sort of translation between the dmz and
> internal to have the mail forwarded inside. Also all
> the users in the org will send their mails via the
> internal server which in turn forwards to external
> server. Please let me know if this is the correct
> approach. Any tips most appreciated. Awaiting eagerly
> for your help. 
> Regards
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