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IP used to deliver to outgoing server... [message #1109] Tue, 26 April 2005 19:14 Go to previous message
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Registered: April 2005
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I have noticed that the IP I specify for the Outgoing Server in the proxy setup is also the IP that NST will use to send the message to the outgoing server.

This makes it easy for me to control relaying since I have my mail server listen on all ports, but only trust (for relaying) all local ports except X.X.X.209. Then I configure NST to deliver to X.X.X.209. Then... not only does it deliver to X.X.X.209, but it also delivers FROM X.X.X.209.

Is this by design? Can I continue to expect this same behavior in future releases?

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