I wonder, is is best to route email through a antispamgateway using 2 nics or not
"not" being not routing? not routing though this gateway? though any gateway?
nah I mean, I have a wan IP now which I NAT for outbound IP and n internal IP both on seperate subnets I did using one but to make sure your traffic is natted well I thought this might be best what does generate the message-ID containing the domainname ? Exim or the client ?
unless explicitly overridden, the first one in the sequence of operations that bothers to. Some clients are too stupid to do so
I thought so, I think hotmail is picky on it when the ID contains another domain than the sender domain but I'm unsure
Running Debian8 and exim4 and recently it is trying deliver local 'mailuser' to the smarthost
kc4zvw: go on?
henk: it will deliver to local mail spool if username@localhost
sounds like you broke something
but tries to send to smarthost if addressed as username but incoming mail is still all working yes but not sure what other than debian upgrades
if we use <serialize_hosts> feature on our server, and remote SMTP has a single DNS A entry has multiple IPs... does EXIM's serialize per FQDN or IP?
why not try it and see what gets put in the hints DB ? Mind, given the usecase for it, it was only envisaged for cases where a single possible path was present that is, 1200Bd dialup connections. Nobody cares these days about parallel TCP connections
jgh_, correct ... we do have 56k Modem (8000/8000 baud) nowdays... but some of our clients who on 1200Bd asking us to slow down and capping number of concurrent connections
good afternoon, I had a problem with an exim server which had its I/O blocked for 5 minutes, in the log, I could see many message about "Too many connections", is there a way to tune exim not to wait for I/O if it can deliver the mail directly?