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IIS's SMTP server: virtual server, changing the outbound FQDN and IP

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Hey, everyone.

I have a server that both hosts multiple websites AND sends mass emails for those multiple websites, but it does NOT receive email for those domains.

Each website has both a public and private IP, which are bound to the NIC.

When I send out my mass emails, I would like it so that the "Received: from" lines in the message header reflects the domain and public IP that the email is sent from.

However, everything I've read online indicates that the outbound FQDN and IP for IIS's SMTP server cannot be changed.

Any overrides? Any other SMTP servers that allow this?

(I'm also using ASPEmail to queue up and send my messages, which has Helo and Host methods which I am using, and they do what they're supposed to do, but can't change the FDQN and IP address used).

Thanks!
Apr 22 '07 #1
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kenobewan
4,871 Recognized Expert Specialist
From what I understand you may code your address using asp.net. HTH.
Apr 23 '07 #2
talktozee
10 New Member
What I really need is an SMTP server that supports multiple domains, each having a different IP, and the headers for messages from each domain have to have the proper IP address.

Has anyone heard of such an SMTP server for Windows?
Apr 27 '07 #3
drew0123
1 New Member
This is exactly what I need also. Anyone got any ideas??
Dec 31 '07 #4
davidknapp
4 New Member
We are going to try Merak Mail Server in the next month or so to accomplish this.
Jan 23 '08 #5

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