Anyone get Exchange working?

Having a heck of a time using Exchange as a relay/smarthost as
described in the wiki article’s scenario 2:
http://wiki.bestpractical.com/view/MSExchangeRelay

If anyone has this working, please give me a hand.

Thank you

Hi,

I have RT working very well indeed at my workplace. Running Sendmail with
our exchange server running as a smart host. All outgoing email is passwed
through the exchange server and as for inbound mail this is forwarded from
exchange to RT via an email contact. But as said it works very well.

What are you having difficullty with?
Which MTA are you using Sendmail/Postfix?

Regards,

*Aaron Guise
027 212 6638
aaron@guise.net.nzOn Mon, Feb 2, 2009 at 3:51 PM, GravyFace gravyface@gmail.com wrote:

Having a heck of a time using Exchange as a relay/smarthost as
described in the wiki article’s scenario 2:
http://wiki.bestpractical.com/view/MSExchangeRelay

If anyone has this working, please give me a hand.

Thank you


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Hi,

I am just working on a howto for our RT virtual appliance - with
exchange:
http://pve.proxmox.com/wiki/RT_Request_Tracker#Integrate_RT_to_Exchange_
Server_2000.2F2003_environment

(should be finished end of week)

In short:

If you change anything on SMTP Exchange: restart the smtp service AND
the “Microsoft Exchange Routing Engine”

Also check the mailer-setup on RT: I use postfix on RT, see our virtual
appliance for more details.

Br, Martin

Forwarders! I completely overlooked that. I was trying to share
address space between both boxes using the KB article on the subject
and was having no luck. Working like a charm now, and don’t have to
mess with my default policies at all. I actually created two
distributions groups: one for correspondence the other for comments
and added the corresponding rt.mydomain.com contacts to each one.
This way, if RT goes down for some reason I can easily add my team to
the distribution group so we can at least get support request emails.

Thanks alot.On Mon, Feb 2, 2009 at 3:46 AM, Martin Maurer martin@proxmox.com wrote:

Hi,

I am just working on a howto for our RT virtual appliance - with
exchange:
http://pve.proxmox.com/wiki/RT_Request_Tracker#Integrate_RT_to_Exchange_
Server_2000.2F2003_environment

(should be finished end of week)

In short:

If you change anything on SMTP Exchange: restart the smtp service AND
the “Microsoft Exchange Routing Engine”

Also check the mailer-setup on RT: I use postfix on RT, see our virtual
appliance for more details.

Br, Martin

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Subject: [rt-users] Anyone get Exchange working?

Having a heck of a time using Exchange as a relay/smarthost as
described in the wiki article’s scenario 2:
http://wiki.bestpractical.com/view/MSExchangeRelay

If anyone has this working, please give me a hand.

Thank you


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