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Sonicwall: Route email over a specific WAN IP?

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We have a sonicwall NSA2400.

Our WAN is configured with the following: 50.76.179.217/248

Outbound email is sent out over our default X1 IP: 50.76.179.217

How do i configure the sonicwall to route the email over the IP: 50.76.179.220.

I have already created the address object for .220, but I am unable to figure out how to setup the sonicwall.
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Read this PDF http://tinyurl.com/3zbzr8m

This PDF explain how to configure NAT four incoming AND outcoming mail.
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