Pardon me if you think the rest of my email sounds crazy but ...
the way I think would be to have the redhat mail server as a main
barrier with the outside world and have the exchange server inside.
Wouldn't that make more sense ?
We used to have it here and that wasn't too bad ...
On Thu, 2001-10-04 at 13:18, Patton, Tony wrote:
> Hi all,
>> I'm wondering what the best approach is to the following scenario:
>> Due to severe problems with our exchange 2000 server, (re-installed 3
> time in the last week), I have been told to set up a mail server for our
> administrative staff.
>> what i want to do is have the users use outlook to connect to the linux
> server, (Alpha running RH7.1), read and send their e-mail, with only the
> e-mail that is going to users who are not on our server to go to the
> exchange server.
>> I am also considering using fetchmail to get any mail for our users from
> the exchange server rather than rely on forwarding.
>> the exchange server is in a win2k domain and we are in an NT4 domain
> with trust relationship, will there be any specific settings in the
> alpha that i will need to make? have used fetchmail for succussfully get
> my own mail from the exchange server.
>> Tony Patton
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