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I want to run 2 qmail servers on my machine. One on the normal port 25 and the other on a different port AND a different IP address. So when I send mail out using this 2nd server, it will be going out using a different IP address than the machine's primary (eth0) IP address.

This may really be a tcpserver question since that is the server that I'm using to start qmail.

Does anyone know how I can control which IP addres the qmail server binds itself to when starting up?

Thanks,
mag
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check this url. in the qmail section.


http://www.linux.com/howtos/Virtual-Services-HOWTO-9.shtml
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