Internal vs. External domains and e-mail
dhutch9999 at yahoo.com
Tue Jul 12 13:56:56 GMT 2005
Actually I thought of rerouting the mail to
"/dev/null" but our IT Manager didn't think much of
I've run across http://untroubled.org/qmail-qfilter/
which may fit the bill.
--- Ivailo Tanusheff <i.tanusheff at procreditbank.bg>
> Just reroute mail to "$DEFAULT at newdomain.local"
> This must do the job for you :)
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> Internal vs. External domains and e-mail
> We are going to migrate to an Interal Windows 2003
> structure which will also entail changing our
> DNS to a "non-routeable" domain.
> Currently we are using qmail & qmail-scanner to
> mail to an Internal Exchange Server.
> I-Net -> FBSD4.11/qmail/qmail-scanner -> MS Exchange
> I am looking for a way to rewrite the "From" header
> mail originating from the Exchange box to change the
> non-routeable domain name to that of our External
> | |
> I-Net <-> FBSD4.11/qmail/qmail-scanner <-> MS
> Any mail originating from the Exchange Server and
> going to the I-Net should have its "From" header
> From: user at newdomain.local to From:
> user at mydomain.com
> I've seen a number of postings at various sites (
> qmail.org etc) and very little in the way of answers
> vis a vie qmail. If anyone has experience with this
> problem I'd sure appriciate some guidance.
> If I have to migrate to another e-mail packack such
> ProcMail I'm willing to do so but would rather not (
> lot of effort spent on my qmail-attachments.txt file
> Thank you for your time - Please CC any response to
> my address - I am not a member of this group.
> David Hutchens III
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