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Hope all is well.

Just a quick question re: Kerio's IP Binding on a Windows 2003 Enterprise Server deployment.

I'm noticing that the MailServer is binding to the default IP of the server when it delivers/relays mail. I.e. the default IP of the server shows up in the e-mail headers.

I've bound all of Kerio's services to a second IP on the NIC and everything works normally with that second IP but for some reason, it's not the one being listed in the e-mail headers. The default IP always shows up for some reason.

Ideally, I'd like to have that second IP show up for the mail server and not the default IP of the NIC/Box.

Anyone run into that before and is there a fix?

Thanks for your assistance. Have a great weekend.

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make sure your dns is correctly addressing the server at the second IP address

and make sure that your server is actually using the second IP connection to send mail, as it may still be sending from the old address as that is a detected active internet connection

UPDATE: its probably better to use a second NIC rather than virtual interfaces as that could be clouding the problem

[Updated on: Mon, 08 December 2008 11:48]

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