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SMTP Gateway problem

I recently changed ISP's; I set all of the public addresses up to replace the old set, had the new ISP input the MX record. However, now traffic does not pass through my smtp gateway; it goes directly to the mail server. Mail processing functions are working fine. What might have happened?

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Re: SMTP Gateway problem

Huh?

What IP address did the ISP put in the MX record, is it your smtp gateway or your mail server? I get the following for your domain (66.162.61.211), is this what you expect?

C:\>nslookup

> set type=mx

> holoubek.com

Non-authoritative answer:

holoubek.com MX preference = 10, mail exchanger = mail.holoubek.com

holoubek.com nameserver = netmail.netstream.net

holoubek.com nameserver = netweb.netstream.net

mail.holoubek.com internet address = 66.162.61.211

Can you explain a little more about what the difference is between your mail server and your smtp gateway? How are you seeing mail go directly to it? What do you mean by that anyway? And what does this have to do with VPN's? :-)

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