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Hi! I'm Aaron, and as soon as I can come up with something interesting to say about myself here, I'll do so.


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answered Tool to analyze the real time traffic in Windows XP SP2
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comment Postfix enable sending to any domain in the Internet with authentication but no SSL
You've got permit_sasl_authenticated in your smtpd_recipient_restrictions, but I don't see any SASL auth configuration in your main.cf -- this may be the problem; if Postfix is expecting to authenticate you via SASL, but doesn't have an SASL provider against which to do so, it will treat you as it would any other unauthenticated user. A full resolution is beyond the scope of this answer, but I'd recommend starting with the Postfix SASL howto, which helped me greatly when setting up my own Postfix server.
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comment Tool to analyze the real time traffic in Windows XP SP2
Depending on what you mean by 'analyze', a packet sniffer such as Wireshark may be what you need.
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answered Postfix enable sending to any domain in the Internet with authentication but no SSL
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comment Split Domain Routing
You'll need a way to configure the first-line MTA so that it knows to fail over to the hosted Exchange server if it isn't able to deliver locally. What MTA (mail server) is the Ubuntu/FreeBSD provider running? How much control do you have over its configuration?