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sgovind

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in exchange i had this option to use one particular mx record for domain i mention.

ex: xyz.com mx=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

so when ever the user sends a mail to uuu<_a.t_>xyz.com server directly uses this record and sends directly.

is there any function for this?

issue i have one domain for that alone my server not able to resolve, it is using the priority low server from mx record

Non-authoritative answer:
enoc.com MX preference = 10, mail exchanger = enocmrh1.enoc.ae
enoc.com MX preference = 20, mail exchanger = mail.eppco.ae
enoc.com MX preference = 5, mail exchanger = mail1.enoc.ae

my server is not using preference 5 which it suppose to but trying preference 20 instead Sad

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TorW

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I assume enoc.com is a domain you are trying to send something to? In any case, you'll have to take what your DNS gives you. The fact that KMS tries the MX records in the wrong order sounds odd, but why is it a problem for you that KMS sends to a lower priority MX? In my world, the mail should arrive in the user's inbox nonetheless ... ?
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sgovind

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thanks for the reply but the issue 10 & 20 doesnt exist and they dont to delete it either for now.

its kind of tricky !!! there was option in exchange to deliver mails based on domain.

i wish i can find the option.

regards

KMS Version: 6.5.2
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TorW

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I haven't seen such an option, but it could still exist somewhere in the KMS system. Most MTAs have the option to set up static SMTP routing or similar. Time to ask support I guess Wink

You could, come to think of it, cheat KMS by using entries in the hosts file. Just enter a hostname and IP combination (usually it's the other way around) to get what you want, thus when KMS returns the mail.eppco.ae record from the DNS, the hosts file will override it to point to 194.170.210.29 instead of 194.170.232.3. Like this:

mail.eppco.ae 194.170.210.29
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sgovind

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hmm already speaking with UK support something really strange happening the support can telnet the ip on port 25 i cant for mail1.enoc.ae Sad

KMS Version: 6.5.2
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