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I need to configure exim to deliver messages to domain abc.com and send a copy to another server, which is also configured for abc.com.

Something like that:

user@gmail.com sends email to test@abc.com

abc.com mx resolves to 200.200.200.10 ( one of the exim servers )

Message is delivered

Exim receives the message locally AND send a copy to 200.200.200.50 

I tried to setup a smarthost:

        smarthost:
                driver = manualroute
                domains = abc.com
                transport = remote_smtp
                route_data = "200.200.200.50"

It does deliver to the other server but it doesn't save the message locally.

Any ideas of what i can do?

Thanks.

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Might be possible with a shadow_transport. Leaving a comment rather than an answer since I'm not 100% certain how to implement them. Shadow_transport listed here exim.org/exim-html-current/doc/html/spec_html/ch24.html –  EightBitTony Aug 9 '11 at 19:06
    
Also, there's the unseen option for routers - "You can force an address to continue through the routers even if it has been accepted by using the unseen option" –  EightBitTony Aug 9 '11 at 19:33
    
@EightBitTony Thank you! The unseen option did the trick. If you answer the question, i can mark it as accepted :) –  Fernando Aug 9 '11 at 19:39
    
Answered below, glad I could help. –  EightBitTony Aug 9 '11 at 19:45

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You can use the unseen keyword on routers.

When this option is set true, routing does not cease if the router accepts the address. Instead, a copy of the incoming address is passed to the next router ...

from Generic options for routers.

I think try,

smarthost:
  driver = manualroute
  domains = abc.com
  transport = remote_smtp
  route_data = "200.200.200.50"
  unseen

Before the other routers?

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