|XWall ISP Edition|
XWall ISP Edition allows an unlimited amount of inbound domains and Exchange servers
|How to configure more than one Exchange|
select View->E-Mail domain on Exchange and add all your domains to the list
select Options->General->Exchange and type in the name or IP address of the default Exchange server
Note: All domains that have not specific Exchange are sent to this Exchange.
select Options->General->Exchange->Specify by Domain to define an additional Exchange server for a domain
Note: By default this Exchange servers are allowed to relay and they are excluded from Greylisting and any other methods that reject a message during the smtp session.
You may exclude this Exchange server from all spam checking by adding the name or IP address in Options->Exclude->IP/Host
|How to configure different setting for an e-mail address or a domain|
By default XWall uses the same settings for all domains and e-mail addresses unless you define different setting for an e-mail address or a domain.
The following sample assumes that you want to set different settings for the e-mail address email@example.com and for all e-mail addresses of domain2.com. Adjust the sample lines and then add them to XWall.ini
The methods are: att, expl, subj, text, html and so on.
The full list of methods is at Message Handling
The actions are:
The methods are the same as for the user defined action
Postmaster / Spam folder
Message size limit
Non-delivery Report From: e-mail address
|How to verify the recipient against Exchange|
By default XWall uses either a script and LDAP or a static database to verify the recipients e-mail address.
However, XWall can also query Exchange for the recipients e-mail address.
After the sending server issued the RCPT TO: with the recipients e-mail address, XWall opens a new SMTP connection to Exchange and send the RCPT TO: with the recipients e-mail address to Exchange. If Exchange accepts the recipient, then XWall knows that the recipient is valid and accepts the message from the sender.
To enable this add the following lines to XWall.ini
|Domain based White List|
By default XWall maintains a single White List for all domains or a separate White List for each user. The ISP Edition is also able to maintain a White List for each domain.
To enable this add the following line to XWall.ini