Trust me, George knows all too well about how spammers work. He runs an
ISP network in Ohio, so he's seen most all of it, and deals with it
George, I think there is a setting in the Advanced collection of the
individual domain settings that allows you to setup which domains use
which IP Address for outbound. I've not used it, nor needed it, but I
recall seeing it in there.
2825 Erica Place
Nashville, TN 37204
On 10/23/2011 1:23 PM, Eric Vey wrote:
> You probably need to take a walk on the dark side of spamming and see
> how the spammers spoof their sending IP address and forge their
> headers. There used to be a department at MIT CSAIL working on
> detecting and squashing such activity. I don't know what ever happened
> with it.
> George wrote:
>> Oh here is what I want to do, I have multiple IP addresses on my
>> server, I
>> want to setup 4 domains in surgemail so each one is on a separate IP
>> I got it all working the way it's supposed to except all outgoing
>> mail goes
>> from the same IP address instead of each from it's own IP address.
>> This is a
>> problem because if someone decides to do something stupid and gets
>> blacklisted it affects all the domains.
>> How do I make each domain use it's own IP and FQDN to send outgoing
>> What did I miss?
>> George Roettger
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