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Setting up the Mail server and the web server on two different IPs

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I have a mail and web servers of domain.com both on IP aaa.aaa.aaa.aaa. I would like to move the web server www.domain.com to a different IP bbb.bbb.bbb.bbb, and change the NDS settings for domain.com to point to bbb.bbb.bbb.bbb.

My question is what would I need to do to have sendmail on aaa.aaa.aaa.aaa to continue to manage the incoming and outgoing mail of domain.com? Thank you.


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Delivery of mail to a domain is solely governed by what host name is specified as the target of the MX(s) record for the domain. So moving the web server to a different IP and changing the DNS so that http://domain.com gos to the IP of the web server will have no affect on mail delivery.
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like jlevie says you need to change the DNS MX entry...... in the sendmail, nothing to do.
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