smtp relay server in linux for windows exchange

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Hi All,

i want to do something related to security in RedHat Linux 9.0 for my windows exchange server 2003. What i want to do is

1) All the mail from external network should come to Linux Server and than go to exchange server and vice versa( linux server should include Spam mail Filtering also).

2) Linux server should work as smtp Relay server.

i know that for this first of all Linux should be the part of windows domain. and secondly sendmail should be configured.

Please suggest if anyone has suggestions. :idea:
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Please do needfull if anyone know this
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Postfix has some useful FAQs about setting it up in a gateway configuration with MS Exchange. The system uses NTLM i think to authenticate the users at the gateway before relaying it to the exchange server.

I have setup other systems to do it however from what ive been told and seen postfix is the way to go. There is also an increased about of talk about EXIM being able to do exactly the same things.

Here are the urls

http://www.postfix.org/
http://www.exim.org/

There is a some good information listed here about setting up different aspects of postfix

http://forum.lucidnow.com/viewforum.php?f=3

I know the guy that runs that forum has setup several MS Exchange email relay systems.

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