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Last year we had one active directory domain. For all intensive purposes, letâ€™s call it abc.com. With that domain, we had one IMail domain, mail.abc.com, with proper DNS records and such. Six months ago, our company decided to branch off. So we created another IMail domain, xyz.com, but...
I can only send email internally and when I try to send to an outside email address not in my domain I see errors that relaying is not allowed. I set up my account in Outlook from memory and might have missed a step. Our server is Imail Mail Server with unlimited licenses. Any ideas?
Currently we have a POP3/SMTP email server (IMAIL). Our end users connect to it using Outlook. If we are on out local intranet or the end user's local ISP's are not blocking port 25, we are able to send emails without a problem. If they are blocking port 25, then we can't send emails. I'm...