[Pkg-exim4-users] Direct messages to specific IP or SMTP server
jeffs at speakeasy.net
Fri May 20 03:28:06 UTC 2011
I believe you misunderstood me, but maybe not and I may be the one
confused. I'm new here.
I do not want to route messages to a remote smtp server, I want to
specify which specific IP address an outgoing message should go through.
The server has one nic card with 5 ip addresses (via ip aliasing). The
mailing platform has different companies sending newsletters and
outgoing messages from different companies and they must be segregated
from each other so one senders mailing reputation does not influence the
Is hubbed_hosts the way to do this or is there some other mechanism for
specifying delivery route and ip address?
On 5/18/2011 9:24 AM, Marc Haber wrote:
> On Wed, May 18, 2011 at 08:15:01AM -0400, Jeffs wrote:
>> I am new to Exim and could use some help. I am trying to figure out
>> how to direct outgoing messages to a particular IP address or smtp
>> server. Assuming an email campaign has several smtp servers each
>> with their own IP address at their disposal, how could Exim help in
>> analyzing the email message parts/domain to direct this message to,
>> for example, xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx and that message to, for example,
> man exim4_hubbed_hosts?
> If that isn't enough, you need to provide more information, or
> familiarize yourself with exim routers.
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