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Old 20th February 2010, 20:00
Nikola Nikola is offline
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Default Advanced Email Routing

Hello,

I host website example.tld with mx , I want filter all emails from spam and route to MSExchange server on some public IP.

Should i use "Advanced Email Routing?" in "Email accounts -> Advanced Email Routing", IP of MSExchange i wrote on Destination in Advanced Email Routing in ISP, and domain name : example.tld ?

My steps are:

1. Add DNS Zone: example.tld
2. Add new website: example.tld
3. Add Email Domain: example.tld
4. Add Advanced Email Routing: example.tld

Its right setup/use?
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Last edited by Nikola; 20th February 2010 at 20:16.
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