Working with Exchange
ugob at CAMO-ROUTE.COM
Mon Oct 31 22:01:26 GMT 2005
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> I have a Redhat Linux server running MS for a bunch of virtual domains.
> Ultimately all mail is delivered to the appropriate POP account on the same
> server. I have a client that would like to still utilize my MS services for
> spam and virus protection but instead of having POP accounts would now like
> all mail for their domain forwarded to their exchange server after MS has
> finished scanning it. Basically a scan and forward service.
> What is the best way to accomplish this?
The server is down right now, but here is your answer:
Look for "exchange".
> I'm running
> Redhat 9
> MS 4.45.4
> Exim 4.52
> Thank you,
-> Please don't send a copy of your reply by e-mail. I read the list.
-> Please avoid top-posting, long signatures and HTML, and cut the
irrelevant parts in your replies.
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