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Old 11th February 2006, 03:27
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Originally Posted by falko
And did you forward port 25 from that antivirus/antispam hardware to your SMTP server? Haven't you tried the IP address of your SMTP server itself?
Yes, forwarding was done on the hardware. The SMTP server's IP is a private IP, 192.168.*.* and not a public IP. The configuration on the antivirus/antispam hardware is to have all SMTP traffic forwarded to that private IP.





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Originally Posted by falko
There are so many different mail server setups, they all differ very much or at least slightly, so I don't think there's a tool... This is manual work...
Well, I guess I don't have any choice. I'll try doing manually transferring. For the users, I'll just make a text file and upload it to the mysql database and table and just give them a default password for the meantime. My problem will be the transferring of their emails.
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