Windows Server 2003
Server with 2 gbit ethernet cards.
Configured 2 domains.
DNS is configured as 2 Domain names attended to 2 real ips like mail.vvv.com to x.x.x.23 & mail.zzz.com to x.x.x.24
Machine have 2 ethernet cards with same gateway as x.x.x.1 there which is a router.With this router packets can be detected which mail server sends.
Kerio mail server have 2 domain names on itself configured.
with again 2 domain accounts on itself.
Watching the router logs, it sends mail with first attended ethernet card which shows in ipconfig table at first row as not the true domain that attended as its real ip in DNS.
With this configuration it looks like it works but I dont know if its problem of configuration or using 2 ethernet cards.I didnt watch that at router if it sends 2 times to some accounts. Also i tried to searh all of the documents configuring kerio mail server but it seems to me like an advanced config.Or I didnt look where to configure 2 ethernet ips to 2 different domains at physical stance for mail server side..
Is it possible that at physical stance both ethernet cards can send the mail at a time ?
Or Is there a configuration in kerio we can make
As two ethernet nics to send mails from as this domain sends with x.x.x.23 & other will send it with x.x.x.24
Thx for configuration tips & helps ...
- Pavel Dobry (Kerio)
Two NICs can't cause duplicated delivery. The e-mail is sent only once - the outgoing interface and router is determined by underlying operating system and network routing table.
It is not possible to manually define outgoing IP address in KMS (in fact, there is no need for it).
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