Currently have 1 Lotus Notes Email server that does SMTP, WWW, POP3. We need to test mail spamming software and would like to add another system. On my PIX system we are using NAT (1 to 1 translation). On the PIX can I forward ALL SMTP traffic for the Notes server to this new system. Because this is a test system I don't want to change the MX record I have.
Do I understand that you want to use a test system to test the anti-spamming software while still maintaining your regular mail service? If so, I would just pay the $15 for a new domain name, have my ISP create an MX record for that domain, then do all the testing in the world, without having to put my domain name out there for spamming, and then shut down the server and the port on the firewall when I was done. Easy fix, and there's really nothing left to clean up when you're done.
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