We had 2 networks separated by a dialup connection. One network use
a public network
address, Subnet: 192.168.123.0, while the other uses an internet
address. We have
the same domain name. What we want is when we send an e-mail to someone
that is not
in one network but has the same domain name be forwarded to the other
Domain name: mydomain.com
Network 1 (Subnet:192.168.123.0) members: usera, userb and userc
Network 2 (Subnet:202.48.259.0) members: userx, usery, and userz
I want to be able to do the following things:
userc will receive it.
userz will receive it.
network 1, usera and userb should be abe receive it.
network 2, userx and usery should be abe receive it.
5. If any user in network 1 or 2 send and e-mail to
Does anyone know how to make the above scenario work? From what I
know, if I send an e-mail to
a user with an e-mail which has the same domain name as my network and
that user does not exist
in the network, it will return an undeliverable e-mail. What I want is
to be able to forward it to the other
network which has the same domain name where the user might exist.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.