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  • Victor Duchovni
    ... Perhaps, but why do you believe you need a transparent proxy between the Internet and your Exchange server? Generally, this is not a good idea... You got
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      On Mon, Mar 30, 2009 at 11:44:48PM +0200, Serge Fonville wrote:

      > > Postfix is not a transparent proxy and can not be made to behave like one.
      > > Postfix can be used as an MX gateway in front of exchange, here's a general
      > > If you want a transparent proxy, you might look at ASSP.
      >
      > Thanks for the answer, I will look into that then

      Perhaps, but why do you believe you need a transparent proxy between the
      Internet and your Exchange server? Generally, this is not a good idea...

      You got the right answer to something that is likely the wrong question.
      What problem are you *really* trying to solve?

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