|smtp relaying control
on Monday, October 30, 2006 at 1:51:54 PM (EST)
I have just installed 602Lan Suite 2004 on a Windows Server 2003 box. A very easy and smooth process - kudos!
The server will continue to run IIS for ASP/Net applications.
I would like to set the mail server up to allow smtp relaying as follows:
- allow relaying for any unauthenticated smtp connections from localhost:25 (this will be from web applications)
- prevent relaying from all other addresses on port 25
- allow relaying for authenticated ssl smtp connections from any address on port 2525
Is this possible?
Or is it possible to allow relaying for unauthenticated connections from local host and any authenticated connection.
Thanks in advance.
on Monday, October 30, 2006 at 5:33:42 PM (EST)
The only way I can think you could do this would be to uncheck everything except the IP filter option for the SMTP relay, then setting up an IP filter to block everything except for the local host. Check the manual because they give really great examples on how to set up an IP filter rule.