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forwarding all incoming mails from qmail to exchange !

forwarding all incoming mails from qmail to exchange !

forwarding all incoming mails from qmail to exchange !

I have external mailserver ( free bsd ) with qmail and  vpopmail software and i need configure external mail server to forward all incoming mail messages to internal ms exchange server. between servers i have cisco pix firewall with open incoming smtp port from external mail server !!
both mailservers have the same domain name.

i'm add to qmail/smtproutes file :
( where are external address of cisco pix firewall )
But its not working !!

RE: forwarding all incoming mails from qmail to exchange !

you should not have that domain defined as a local domain or a virtual domain.  I believe that delivery rules are processed/checked before smtproutes is checked.

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