1. Smart Host on multiple domains
I'm running a home email server with Exchange 2000, recently upgraded from
I'm having lots of trouble trying to get SMTP delivery configured properly,
and in understanding the differences between the default SMTP virtual server
and an SMTP Connector. I can't get anything to send/receive at all when I
use the connector, but am having almost success with just the virtual
My dilemna is in the Delivery > Advanced Delivery > smart host. I've
configured the Smart host to be my ISP, and have checked the "Attempt direct
delivery" box so I get my local mail. If I don't check the box, I don't get
anything, apparently because it all gets shoved off to my ISP. However, the
problem with this is that I've discovered that some ISPs have home/ end
users like me on blocks of blackout lists, obviously to prevent us from
becoming unwitting spammers. Good idea, but with my current configuration it
means I cannot send to those people at all.
This used to work fine with 5.5's Internet Mail Connector, where I could
simply specify my domains, and let everything else go the the ISP. Or, I
could configure my SMTP service to do about the same, but I can't get to any
kind of settings like these when Exchange 2000 is installed.
If anybody has some help or pointers to resources that specifically address
going from Exchange 5.5 to 2000, like how the settings on the IMC now show
up in 2k, especially with respect to being behind an ISP with multiple
domains - I'd appreciate it!
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