You can use the g_gateway setting to send messages to the sophos device
but I assume you'd probably want surgemail to deal with actual mail
delivery to other domains?
In which case you would also add the setting
g_gateway_ifnot "ip of sophos device"
That means everything would be sent to the sophos scanner to be checked
but anything coming from the sophos scanner will be delivered either
locally or send to other domains.
Described here in more detail.
Get back to me if you have any questions.
On 19/02/2011 8:55 a.m., Chris Guest wrote:
> We are changing out our email virus gateway appliance next week and I
> have a few questions.
> Our current appliance is setup in “bridge” mode so I did not have to
> make any kind of server or firewall configuration changes when it was
> put in. My mail servers sit behind the gateway appliance on a small switch.
> The new appliance (Sophos ESxxxx) will actually relay messages to the
> mail server.
> From what I’ve sorted out so far, I will need to change my MX record to
> point to the gateway appliance.
> Allow ports 25 and 587 in through my firewall from outside to the
> gateway appliance and block them from outside to my mail server.
> When it comes to my Surgemail mail server I’m not quite sure what I need
> to configure. Somehow I need to make it point to the gateway so that all
> messages that originate inside are also forced through the gateway for
> Any thoughts or recommendations out there??? What am I missing?
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