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Andrew-s

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Hello,

I hope somebody can help me.
Situation is following:
1. There is a computer with real IP1-address with ISA, IIS and MS Exchange. The main MX-record is on the other computer (out of the office) with real IP2. That computer has a tunnel (Linux) to IP1 and all e-mail that domain receives is directly transferred to the computer with IP1 on 25th port. Afterwards, Exchange takes it and gives to users inside the office.
2. What is need: delete ISA, IIS and Exchange from the office computer. Install KFS & KMS, and tune mail receiving. But, it is impossible to create domain e-mail box on that remote computer IP2.
3. The question is: where on the KMS it is possible to install mail receiving in such way, that you can easily catch everything, that comes to 25th port IP1.

Hope I clearly expressed the problem.

Thanks in advance,
Andrey

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microalps

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If your external computer if forwarding the mail to your internal computer via SMTP, you should receive that mail without a problem. I don't get the issue.
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Andrew-s

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Yes, you are right, I receive mail throught SMTP. What about sorting roules in that case?
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