I have a disclaimer setup using the event sink method, but I believe I need to create a second SMTP connector to ensure mail from Outlook has the disclaimer attached. I know the sink is working because automated mail sent from appliances and software (such as our terastation and backupexec) have the disclaimer attached.
I've had a search but can't find any guidance on this. I can figure out how to add a connector, but not sure how to get one connector to route to the other. I suspect I need to add the second connector and set it's cost lower than the first so that mail from clients will go to the second connector, then I need to route it to the first to be forwarded on to our Grid's mail relay. Can someone advise or point me in the right direction to relay mail from one connector to the other? Thanks
Last edited by BJG; 8th October 2009 at 03:40 PM.
meastaugh1 (9th October 2009)
Thanks. So I concluded that I needed third party software to do this. After some searching around I came across QS Disclaimer - the simple but powerful disclaimer system which seems to be a cost effective solution.
I've made event sinks and much worse, but when looking at this a few years ago for someone's E2K3 I picked QS: Cheap & easy for them to modify the disclaimers, and it has just worked ever since.
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