Hey this is Martin , please e-mail to me if you have the answer.
I have a Exchange 4.0 sitting on a NT 4.0
By the way I am trying to change the NT Domain Name and Server Name.
That subject doesn't even begin to represent my problem, but I hope it's
We used to run a local exchange server, after many thousands of dollars
in IT fees, many corrupt mail boxes, the execs decided $1 a month
problem free email hosting from an ISP was the way to go. Only, I wrote
a CD that used the original server to send email from. There are
thousands replicated and already out. It can't be changed.
The company mail server is "hunter-mm.com"
The cd sends mail through "mail.hunter-mm.com"
"hunter-mm.com" exists at an ISP and is the real mail server.
"mail.hunter-mm.com" points inhouse to our Exchange Server which is
still configured to the original "hunter-mm.com" settings but has been
disabled in services since the switch. Needless to say, the CD's been
erroring out, unable to send.
When I enable Exchange Server on "mail.hunter-mm.com" it tries to
be "hunter-mm.com" again and intercepts all mail. I need to keep
it running so I can send mail though it, but stop it from processing
"hunter-mm.com" mail so it continues on and finds the real
I made many attempts at this, but nothing seemed to work. I couldn't
find the tab that outright said this mail domain is "hunter-mm.com" so I
make it think it was another domain, just 1000's of instances of it.
Rerouting didn't work, the domains are the same! Rerouting to the ip of
"hunter-mm.com" at the ISP bounces back.
I believe on the first tab in configuration in the upper left, you have
4 radio's to choose from. But I figure if I set it to send mail only,
it would bounce back all incoming mail to the sender telling them
this domain doesn't receive mail, which is the last thing I want.
Unfortuarently a ton of mail has already been lost in my 2 hours of
playing, so I can't play around anymore. Doesn't anyone have the simple
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