On re-reading the whole thing I believe you and Ron are correct. You
guys just burst my high-falootin' bubble!
I didn't notice that the requirements were to route one domain to a
specific mail host.
On Thu, 7 Mar 2002 01:21:01 -0800, "Neil Hobson"
>I'd agree with Ron.
>The first SMTP Connector will have an address space of *
>and will either forward to your upstream SMTP host or use
>DNS to send the message.
>The second SMTP Connector will have an address space of
>domain2.com and will forward all messages to a different
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>>You sure about that, Ron??
>>I went through something similar a few months ago...
>there's no way
>>to bind a connector to a specific interface. Outbound
>>completely subject to the network configuration of the
>>i.e. default gateways, RIP, etc.
>>I'd love to be proven wrong! If you can show us some
>>exactly how you would accomplish this, feel free...
>>On Wed, 6 Mar 2002 14:44:44 -0500, "Ron Stewart"
>>>Yeah--just set up two SMTP connectors with appropriate
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