How reply the same MX RRs list for all kind of MX request
Frank Abel Cancio Bello
frank.abel.cb at gmail.com
Thu Nov 26 17:30:28 UTC 2009
Thanks a lot Jake!
> If I were setting up what you describe, I'd make the router(s) for the
> given network(s) simply forward tcp port 25 to your mail servers for
> all non-mailserver hosts.
> I could be wrong, but to me it'd be much cleaner than the use of DNS
> I'm sure there's someone hardcore enough on-list to tell you how to do
> it that way with the least amount of impact, though.
> On Thu, 26 Nov 2009, Frank Abel Cancio Bello wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> First at all, I'm newbie in DNS, so excuse me if I'm posting
>> something stupid here ;)
>> I want DNS replying the same list of MX RRs for all MX request. I
>> mean, any client that want send an email and query my DNS for a MX
>> RRs must get the same MX RRs, not matter of what domain the client is
>> requesting the MX RRs. Is that possible in any way?
>> Thanks in advance.
>> Frank Abel
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