|Setting up a smart host in Xeams
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A smart host is a type of mail relay server which allows an SMTP server to route e-mail to an intermediate mail server rather than directly to the recipient's server. It is important to understand that a smart host is only used for outbound emails (where destination is NOT a local domain).
There are two methods of setting up smart host in Xeams; specify ALLDOMAINS in the hosts page or modify the smarthost configuration page.
192.168.1.150 outbound.yourcompany.com outbound1.yourcompany.com,outbound2.yourcompany.com outbound1.yourcompany.com:587,outbound2.yourcompany.com:587
The last example also contains a port number as 587. When this port is missing, 25 is assumed.
Refer to Custom Smtp Routing for advance rules.
Posted by mrjetas on 6/10/20 9:45 AM
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