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You are mixing up quite a lot of things here. The current email provider for the company only allows a single Office365 exchange account per subscription This is not how Office 365 licensing works. There are two options: 1. You subscribe to your licenses directly at Microsoft or office365.com. 2. You buy license subscriptions from Microsoft partners, ...
Not with an MX record, no. It's strictly inclusive. That sort of thing is typically done with an spf record. That DNS record is where you list what is allowed and not allowed to send mail.
The relay access denied message means that the mail server that got the message doesn't know anything about the domain (meaning there are no local mailboxes that it can drop the message in) so it then tries to relay the message to it's remote host. However, since the sender didn't authenticate with a password, it refuses to relay it to the remote system. ...
First of all: Make sure, that "intra.contoso.com" is not in the Global Domain document of the domino server, otherwise it will be very hard to make the domino server send these mails out. Then create a Foreign SMTP- document for intra.contoso.com. Fill in like this: Internet Domain: intra.consoso.com Domain name: ExchangeDomain (Dummy Name, has to be ...
If you would like to receive mail with your VPS, you need to point the MX to your server. Now it's pointing to redirect.ovh.net so the virtual aliases has to be configured there as redirects, not destinations. You could have for example: mail.example.com. IN A 18.104.22.168 example.com. IN MX 1 mail.example.com. This is not a Postfix ...
Q: Is it possible to exclude certain addresses or wild card addresses using an MX record? A: No.
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