Hello. I have successfully configured my (in SBS2003 R2) Exchange 2003 SP2 to successfully send all emails via an external (authenticated) email relay called www.authsmtp.com
. Previously, I had been sending emai 'direct' via DNS from Exchange, but this has been leading to occasional rejections from recipient servers who didn't mind our email address but hated our sending server (my Exchange) because it was coming from a dynamic IP address and they didn't trust it.
So I reconfigured it as per the following previous question;
by re-running the Internet and Email Wizard.
All seems fine as emails clearly go through AUTHSMTP (as one can see from their control panel logs).
***** BUT ******* an interesting glitch has come up! Previously one of my user accounts had been forwarding directly to her Blackberry t-mobile acount. This worked fine. But now that ALL emails go through authsmtp.com and they ONLY allow a certain number of authenticated email addresses to to relay through them, this blackberry forwarding stops working as from the point of view of authsmtp.com, an email from (say) abc.com I have forwarded to my users Blackberry is not an allowed email address (because it's not from me but from abc.com), and thus they won't onward relay it!!!
Any solution to this? Is there a way of making an exception on the connector?