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Old 07-11-2006, 03:18 AM   #1
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Question Mail Send Problem


Hi friends ,

Suppose i have a postfix mail server (use Redhat Enterprise Edition ). I am using the domain "server.example.com" . I have a client Client via this server, they use the Domain "client.usa.com"

Again , "Client.usa.com" Domain has 5 user . here 4 windows machine and one is Linux Machine . The Scenario is :

--------------------
| server.example.com | //202.59.133.1
--------------------
^
^
^
-------------------
| GATEWAY | //just a firewall gateway
-------------------- 202.59.133.2
^
^
^
--------------------
| SWITCH |
--------------------
^
^
^
^
Here Four(4) windows user is connected and a another Linux Server (Domain is :client.usa.org) is connected . Here this Linux machine contains also "postfix Mail server" which contains a private IP (say, 192.168.0.5). Now i want a situation where ,

when a "outcoming mail" comes into my main server "server.example.com"(for red@client.usa.com) then i want to forward this mail into 192.168.0.5 linux machine via "firewall gateway (202.59.133.2)" machine .

i.e., I want to forward a outcoming mail directly to the 192.168.0.5 private ip Linux machine (which conatains postfix) from my main server(202.59.133.1) via the firewall gateway machine (202.59.133.2). Is it Possible to do ? If yes ...plz help what will i need to do for this purpose ...

Last edited by shipon_97; 07-15-2006 at 12:33 AM.
 
Old 07-14-2006, 05:41 AM   #2
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hey,

I really don't know about your plan.
Host on local lan, you just open for your client network.

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Old 07-15-2006, 12:38 AM   #3
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Question Mail send via GATEWAY server

Dear novice06,

Actually my requirement is so easy .. I just want forward a "client mail" to the "client mail server" which server contains a Private IP (Like 192.168.10.1) , not a real IP . And this mail server is connected to the internet via a GATEWAY server .

Where the GATEWAY server also a linux machine and contains a real IP (202.66.136.1) . Now in this moment what necessary thing i need to do ..............

Thx,.........
 
Old 07-15-2006, 01:13 AM   #4
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hey,

http://www.readycrest.ltd.uk/pscs/index.php

Check this site. I think same as your requirement.

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Old 07-15-2006, 06:41 AM   #5
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Hi NOVICE06 ,

sorry i don't find anything solution regarding my problem using
the following website :

http://www.readycrest.ltd.uk/pscs/index.php

Can u plz again look after about this problems .....Sorry for Disturb .......
 
  


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