[CentOS] Mail forwarding on a dynamic IP address.

Alain Spineux aspineux at gmail.com
Mon Oct 23 17:31:51 UTC 2006

You can use some authentication between both SMTP to be sure your are
connected to the good one.

On 10/19/06, Lance Davis <lance at uklinux.net> wrote:
> On Thu, 19 Oct 2006, Rajeev R Veedu wrote:
> > I have a Cyrus installation with postfix and openXchange. I get the
> mails
> > from catchall account with procmail and distribute with the mail server.
> Now
> > I have a new site office where couples of staff members are going to be
> > relocated.
> >
> > Since we have only an ADSL line on site office if there any way I could
> > forward the mails for these staff members to another Mail Server with
> > dynamic IP address?
> The problem using things like dyndns and forwarding to a dynamic ip is
> that there is a possibility that when your ip has changed mail would be
> attempted to be delivered to the next user that gets your previous ip.
> Even with v. low dns timeouts there is still that risk.
> Better to get a static ip, or failing that use a pull system
> like fetchmail.
> Regards
> Lance
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Alain Spineux
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