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I could'n find on a forum any proper solution for this situation:
We have to use KSM istalled on one phisical server in a cofiguration where each mail domain has it's own public IP for incoming and outgoing services.
For incoming connection everything fine KMS listen to specified IP, but when KMS send a message it use only "default" IP.

Is there any way to make KMS use a unique IP address for each domain, for sending emails?

Please answer.

For example, Serv-U FTP server can send and recive data using specific IP address for every domain configured in it.
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Hello,

there is no way how to do so. KMS is application and works on application layer. So it can only listen on specific IP(s). If kms wants to send packet, kms asks system to do so. And system uses default IP address of proper NIC according to routing table. There is no way how kms could affect used IP address.

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