My preference, is to rename the domain, just the vdomain setting in
surgemail.ini, that will avoid any confusion. I think that's the safe
But if you insist, you can do this:
g_route to="*@xyz.com" dest="newhost.xyz.com"
On 13/09/2019 1:38 PM, Lyle wrote:
> I have been meaning to ask about this.
> I have a domain, example.com and they are moving from my surgemail
> server to hosted exchange with Microsoft. They want to be able to
> keep their old email for a period of time on my server.
> Problem is that there are other customers that need to email them. If
> they send email to example.com, it will drop into the local inbox and
> not be routed to their new exchange mailbox.
> Is there a way (beyond renaming the domain) to reroute local incoming
> mail for example.com to their hosted exchange rather than their local
> inbox? I don't know the priority that Surgemail uses and if gateway
> setting take priority for local incoming mail?
> Lyle Giese
> LCR Computer Services, Inc.
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