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process for setting up gwia to point to a external smarthost

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hello,
 I have a e-mail server, and I need to setitup to forward mail out through a external host, the incomming mail will just come to the server
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If you have GroupWise v6.5, simply put the external host in the Smart Relay Host field of the GWIA configuration in ConsoleOne.
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where is that?
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I don't have my ConsoleOne in front of me. But assuming you have the GroupWise Snap-Ins, open up ConsoleOne, and click on the GroupWise system (bottom of left-hand panel). Expand the Domain where the GWIA is located (I don't know where this is - you need to know). Make sure the view (pull-down on top of right-hand window) is set for "Gateways". The GWIA should appear in the right-hand window. Right-click and select Properties.

On one of the tabs - I think SMTP Settings - there is an entry for "Relay Host" or "SMTP Smarthost" or something like that. I'd pinpoint it but I don't have a GroupWise-enabled ConsoleOne or any of the GroupWise docs in front of me.
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