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Topic # 60088 19-Apr-2010 10:09 Send private message

Hello Everyone,

I have a very unusual request from the owner of one  of client's which is super paranoid about security and also technical knowledge lite. They insist on this setup, I know it's dumb. :)

They have a inhouse SBS 2008 Server (with Exchange 2007), they want to have their MX record point to a external server for their domain, and have 1 mailbox on this server which the owners e-mail address, and mail bagging setup or a alternative SMTP server for any other e-mail which the first server then delivers the e-mail to.

Can Vodafone's SMTP be configured this way for a client. They currently use mail bagging and a catchall system with the ihug servers, but I want to get away from using POP3 mailbagging as it causes mail loops etc.





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  Reply # 320138 19-Apr-2010 10:20 Send private message

Is this for security only? If so why not use an external SMTP service, such as Postini or Symantec? Security is not cheap...




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