I am running two separate SMTP virtual servers (with different access
rules) -- with two separate drop folders.
default SMTP Virtual Server [assigned to 160]
second SMTP VS [assigned to 161]
I want test1.com added to the default SMTP server and test2.com added to the
second SMTP server. I have read that I must add these domains via the POP3
service. The problem is that adding domains via POP3 service will always
add the domains to the DEFAULT SMTP server. I want test2.com added to the
second SMTP server.
Is there a solution to this problem, or am I doing something wrong? Can xmail handle this scenario?
Basically I have two domains, each assigned their own IP, hosted on a single physical server running Win2k3.
I can run two separate smtp virtual servers - one per domain. And everything is fine. I can receive email for either domain and the mail is dumped in the proper drop folder. I can also send emails from either domain - no problem.
However, I cannot use pop3 to retrieve the mail. POP3 service in windows always goes to the default smtp server, whereas I have two smtp servers running.
Is this a limitation of the pop3 service in win2k3 or am I doing something wrong?