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gbrown100

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I have a Centos 5 server running Connect 7.2.4 Its internal ip is for the sake of an example:

10.0.0.10

I have also bound 10.0.0.11 to the same interface within linux.

I have configured Kerio to bind to ip 10.0.0.11 for all services. Connect responds on the .11 address fine and doesn't on the .10 address at all as expected.

When I send an email out, my firewall shows that Connect is sending from address 10.0.0.10 NOT 10.0.0.11. This is screwing up my address mapping rules in the firewall as it expects me to be sending from 10.0.0.11.

This is a serious problem as it is causing my SPF records to fail and for reverse DNS to fail also. Anyone seen this before?

Graham
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Kedar

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This feature works per domain. (since Kerio Connect 7.2.0)
You must define IP address in WebAdministration -> "Domains" -> "Edit" your domain -> tab "Advanced" -> "Bind this domain to specific IP address"
see Administrator's Guide for more.
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Kedar

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check also in mailserver.cfg: table "Smtp" - option "ClientUseDomainBindIp" is enabled (default value is enabled - "1")
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gbrown100

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ahh, easier said than done... I am trying to change that figure but I get told I need to fix a highlighted problem. It flags up that my pam.d path is not right (something that is working and has been there for years). It actually tells me it should be a domain name on the tooltip when I hover over the pam path. Same on the big three browsers and Win 7 / Win XP but looks to be peculiar to Centos.

I have reported this as an interface bug with UK tech and have amended the .cfg file manually. Everything working wonderfully. Thanks for your help.
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