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Pashka2k

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Hello.

I'm trying to setup mail delivery scheme between two servers in one domain.
To make it simple:
domain: org.com
MX: <mail.provider.com> <-------
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<internet provider 1> <internet provider 2>
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srv1.org.com -----< E1 >-----srv2.org.com


Servers srv1 and srv2 uses remote pop3 mailboxes to collect mail from mail.provider.com, all of servers collect mail from mail domain org.com, but have different users:
srv1.org.com: user1<_a.t_>org.com
srv2.org.com: user2<_a.t_>org.com

SO, if user1 write to user2 mail path looks like: srv1.org.com -> mail.provider.com -> srv2.org.com
also, such path have messages from user2 to user1.

I'm trying to set mail path without mail.provider.com.

To get this, I set on srv1 Configuration->Domain->org.com->Forwarding tab "Forward to:" from srv1 to srv2 and on srv2 vice verso.
Looks good, but when user1 sent mail to user3 (that hasn't local account on servers) I get message, looping between servers without stop.

Area, called "If the domain in recipient's address is one of the domain aliases:" and radiobuttons in it disabled, I have no idea how to enable them and how it may help.

Please, help, where I can set loop prevention?



Thanks.
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Pashka2k

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No one know smth about it? help help help. Embarassed
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freakinvibe

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This option only gets available if you have domain aliases defined.

Why is user3 neither on server1 nor server2? How is he supposed to get mail?

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