I have 2 dedicated linux web servers. Pretty standard with Apache, etc.
They are LIVE production servers that are also live and sending/receiving emails with Qmail.
One server has 3 domains configured for email.
The second server has about 8 domains configured for email.
I need 2 things done.
1. I need some rules setup to forward emails to certain email addresses to another emails address... but the emails MUST be kept in the inbox of the original email address as well.
There are 8 forwarding rules I need setup.
2 of the domains are not live on the dedicated servers yet, but I'd like to rules setup so that when the do go live, everything is setup already for qmail.
2. Qmail has a weird problem where, if there are multiple domains/ips configured, when sending an email through any domain, it will actually make the IP/domain of another one at random. (this can be bad for rDNS spam checks)
I'll give you a list of the domains that are using email, and I want you to remove configuration for all domains not using email to alleviate some of this problem. And if you can, make sure all sending email comes from ONE IP address, no matter which domain the email is sent OUT from (in the SMTP headers).
3. Finally, quickly document how you set up the rules, and how I would do so in the future.
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