Hello group, again!
I said about my network topology in previous message "Exchange and two
different domain", posted 17.01.2003. The decision, which i have offered by
Mark Fugatt helped me. Thank you, Mark!
So i have some new questions.
I have public two domains xxx.com and yyy.com. AD domain is ttt.xxx.com.
I have sendmail and now all mailboxes (for domains xxx.com and yyy.com)
stores on unix machine. I configure sendmail and when message arrives to
this machine, SMTP daemon check is this mailbox is local or not. If mailbox
for some address is local - message save in mailbox. But if mailbox is not
found(not on this machine) - sendmail relay message to Exhcnage Server. That
I configure MS Exchange, Recipient Policies to exchange can recive emails
for domains xxx.com and yyy.com. But if i send from my Outlook to
address is on unix machine) then error report return to me with message that
address is not exists.
Can i customize my MS Exchange like sendmail? When address of message is not
local for MS Exchange, SMTP Server of Win2K machine relay it to unix
I think that my DNS zones for xxx.com, yyy.com and ttt.xxx.com is not
property configures cos now i have another one problem .... some messages
loops between unix and win2k smtp servers.
For xxx.com and yyy.com i have MX records to ip address of unix machine. For
zone ttt.xxx.com i have MX record to ip address of Win2K machine with MS
Exchange. I want to block any traffic from Internet to MS Exchange machine
on firewall. And all messages must flow through sendmail server and relays
to MS Exchange. And back to Internet only through sendmail too.
Best regards to all,
Arseny M. Rubanovich