Hi maybe stupid question, but : how mailserver to know where is internal mailserver (exchange)??
situation, for example : mail server ip : 18.104.22.168 pix external ip : 22.214.171.124 pix internal ip : 126.96.36.199 internal mail server ( exchange ) :188.8.131.52 what i need to configure in mailserver ?? p.s pix accept incoming smtp connection from 184.108.40.206 (external mail server) to 220.127.116.11 (internal exchange) valts Citējot: Rick Macdougall <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: > Shane Chrisp wrote: > > On Wed, 2008-10-01 at 10:21 -0400, Rick Macdougall wrote: > >> Shane Chrisp wrote: > >>> On Wed, 2008-10-01 at 16:52 +0300, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: > >>> > >>> Try putting the IP address in square brackets like > >>> > >>> domain1.com:[10.10.10.10] > >>> > >> Hi, > >> > >> No, there is no need to do that. > >> > >> I manage 50 or more external domains (for anti-virus/anti-spam > >> applications) and you do not need the square brackets. > >> > >> Regards, > >> > >> Rick > > > > Hi, > > > > If there is no dns available, not using the brackets can cause issues I > > have found. I just use the brackets by default when using private IP > > space in particular. > > > > Taken directly from man qmail-remote > > > > The remote host is qmail-remote's first argument, host. > > qmail-remote sends the message to host, or to a mail exchanger for host > > listed in the > > Domain Name System, via the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP). > > host can be either a fully-qualified domain name: > > > > silverton.berkeley.edu > > > > or an IP address enclosed in brackets: > > > > [18.104.22.168] > > Cool, learn something new every day. Guess I never got bitten by it as > all the IPs I use are public. > > Regards, > > Rick > > > > > ------------------------------------------------- TVNET - Zinu adresse :: http://www.tvnet.lv !DSPAM:48e4f74732311068620916!