I have been in that situation and use a mail relay server via my
upstream provider. You can route specific domains via specific mail
servers using smtp authenication.
Global Settings -> Msg Delivery -> Gateway messages for that domain to
the specified address
LCR Computer Services, Inc.
On 10/08/13 11:56, David Camm wrote:
> after being put on number of rbl's a few weeks ago, i was notified by
> a customer that aol has been blocking our mail. clearly a result of
> the original spamming incident that occurred.....
> aol no longer has a postmaster phone number. aol's 800 help number
> will not let you talk to someone unless you're a 'member.' i filled
> out a form on the postmaster site and have not heard back in over 48
> hours. rumor has it that their postmaster support is now in india, fwiw.
> i need a temporary fix.
> my surgemail server has two external ip's. one ip has a ptr record
> for surgemail.advwebsys.com, the other has a ptr for ns.advwebsys.com.
> i can add an additional ip into the server's network config and create
> a ptr record for it pointing to surgemail.advwebsys.com.
> is it possible to tell surgemail that mail destined for HIDDEN@om be
> written using this new ip?
> anyone have any other suggestions?
> david camm
> advanced web systems
> keller, tx
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