Re: Exim Rewriting rules problems
have a similar situation in the office. According to the Exim docs, Exim was
not made to handle this problem. The work arounds are:
1. to use two machines (the method I use) one as a smart host and the other for
local delivery of network mail
2. to use to installs of Exim on one machine, one running as a smart host and
the other for local mail delivery
It maybe possible to do this under another mta (sendmail?), but right now I use
Exim as I had two machines available. You should check the Exim docs at exim.org
for more info.
Sorry could not be of more help
Thomas Wegner wrote:
> Could anybody help me with configering exim correctly?
> I have installed exim on a machine with a dialup connection to my isp.
> This machine, named meister.kosmos, should relay emails from other
> machines on my local network (*.komsos) and should send them per smtp
> when connecting to my isp. I have configered exim to rewrite the header
> of the outgoing emails with the official email-address of the sender.
> Therefor exim looks up in a file called /etc/email-addresses. This works
> fine. But exim rewrites outgoing mails and mails that should be
> delivered within my local network. So mail from email@example.com to
> firstname.lastname@example.org are rewritten with email@example.com too. How can
> I prevent from rewriting local mails?
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