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fearboy

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Hi all -

I have a client who wants to start using TLS with some specific customers; my client has their certificate, and everything works fine on their side. However, one particular receiving domain requires all TLS traffic to run to a separate machine - not the one listed in their MX record. That is, non-TLS traffic goes to mailserver.domain.com (the server listed in the domain's MX), but they require all TLS traffic to go to securemailserver.domain.com.

So, I'm hoping someone can tell me if this is even possible to set up in KMS, and if so, how I could go about it. I don't find much in the SMTP setup; maybe there's some other place I can look?

Thanks in advance,
-John.
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fearboy

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Anybody?

Thanks again,
-John.
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sedell

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Just a thought... if you're on a Windows system, you could put an entry in your hosts file. Have it match whatever host name is supplied in the MX record, but give it the IP address of the secure server.

Scott
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fearboy

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Aw, jeez...I can't believe I didn't catch that.

The client runs their own DNS servers, so they're going to add an appropriate entry.

Thanks for not making me feel like an idiot.

Sheepishly,
-John.
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