qmail outgoing ip chagned based on sender domain

Posted on 2006-05-04
Last Modified: 2013-12-15
Hello all,

What I need to do is setup qmail (or install an alternate program that will do what I need) so that when an email is sent from the server it uses a different outgoing IP (the ips are already bound to the server) based on the from email address's domain.

Any help out there?

Question by:terabit_ca
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    I see that link is for FreeBSD wil that work on Red Hat 9 as well?

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    Why will not You try?
    The only problem is that, there are alraedy pathed files (instead of patch). So if You already have some patches applied (and I'm sure You do, as bare qmail sucks), You need either to create a patch based on those files, or apply previous patches again.

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