Desai, Jason jase at SENSIS.COM
Thu Apr 24 16:32:40 IST 2003

Yes, Exim can do this.  You will need to create an entry in your Routers
section something like the following:

  driver = domainlist
  transport = remote_smtp
  domains = prolocation.net
  route_list = "* mailstore.prolocation.net byname"

You'll probably want this to be the first entry in your Routers section,
since the order matters.

You can test your setup by running the following:

exim -C <path to config file> -bt emailaddress at prolocation.net

and make sure exim tells you it would use the prolocation_router and deliver
the mail via smtp to mailstore.prolocation.net.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Raymond Dijkxhoorn [mailto:raymond at PROLOCATION.NET]
> Sent: Thursday, April 24, 2003 11:17 AM
> Subject: [MAILSCANNER] Exim
> Hi!
> Today i started playing with Exim, i am stuck with some
> parts, the rest
> is running fine it seems.
> In sendmail is user mailertable to forward mail for a domain (after
> scanning) to a different machine.
> Is this possible withing Exim, and if so, how :)
> This is for exampe a entry in the sendmail mailertable:
> prolocation.net         smtp:[mailstore.prolocation.net]
> Is this also do-able in Exim ?
> Anyone ?
> Thanks,
> Raymond.

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