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Multiple domain hand-off? [message #963] Thu, 16 December 2004 16:49
smorris
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Registered: December 2004
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I am interested in using NST for multiple domains (which I currently do). However, the catch to what I would like to do is that different domains will be handed to different internal servers after NST has its checks done.

Right now, I can only specify one IP address for the internal mail server. Is there any way to configure this for multiple internal servers, and perhaps tie particular domains to certain ones???

Thanks!

Scott


Scott Morris
swm@emanon.com
Re: Multiple domain hand-off? [message #964 is a reply to message #963] Thu, 16 December 2004 17:27 Go to previous message
support
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Registered: April 2004
Senior Member
> I am interested in using NST for multiple domains (which I
> currently do). However, the catch to what I would like to do
> is that different domains will be handed to different internal
> servers after NST has its checks done.
>
> Right now, I can only specify one IP address for the internal
> mail server. Is there any way to configure this for multiple
> internal servers, and perhaps tie particular domains to certain
> ones???

This can easily be done by setting up a separate SMTP Proxy for each
internal mail server (Admin Wizard: Proxy Setup -> Add SMTP Proxy).



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Re: Multiple domain hand-off? [message #965 is a reply to message #964] Thu, 16 December 2004 17:30 Go to previous message
smorris
Messages: 10
Registered: December 2004
Junior Member
Ahhhh.... Found that. Smile

It appears that a separate IP is needed for each proxy instance. I can live with that, but is that the only way it currently works?

Thanks!

Scott


Scott Morris
swm@emanon.com
Re: Multiple domain hand-off? [message #966 is a reply to message #965] Fri, 17 December 2004 12:27 Go to previous message
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Messages: 919
Registered: April 2004
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> It appears that a separate IP is needed for each proxy
> instance. I can live with that, but is that the only way it
> currently works?

A different port would do it as well, if you configure your firewall's port forwarding accordingly.

NoSpamToday! is a transparent proxy, and not a store and forward proxy. For this reason, it needs to know which outgoing server it has to connect to, even before the first recipient address is transmitted. So this forwarding must be statically configured with a separate SMTP proxy port.



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