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Old 02-19-2004, 11:38 AM   #1
merana
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Specific destination mail host in EXIM


Hi All,

I'm playing around with exim right now and I'm trying to figure out where I set can set it to route mail for a specific domain to an alternate mail host.

Specifically, comcast will not allow internal users to send mail to their own account through the standard MX specified gateways. You have to use an internal gateway instead.

Before with postfix I could create a domain specific rule that would take all mail going to @comcast.net and then send via the specific gateway that comcast wants us to use...

I'm stuggling a bit with where that is done in Exim...

Lend a brother a clue?
 
  


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