I'm not familiar with Barracuda.  We are behind a service provider, but the
configuration from Domino's standpoint is similar.  The Domino server is
set to accept messages only from the service provider (and a small number
of hosts within our firewall) and to relay all outbound messages through
the service provider.  In the past, we have also had the outgoing messages
going directly to the internet, which worked fine for us, too.

I would be willing to discuss in more detail if this is of any use to you.

Patrick




                                                                           
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How are you DNS MX records configured. Do you use the firewall to port your
outside IP (MX Record) to the Barracuda, then use the Barracuda to forward
those messages to the SMTP server. How do outbound documents get back to
the internet? Just through the gateway?

Thanks,

Mark

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CCX, Inc.
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Greetings,

We are also using Barracuda.  We have several customers running it also.
Out outbound SMTP server is our Domino server.  Inbound mail is directed
to our same Domino server.

We use a firewall to block all inbound traffic directed towards our Domino
server, lowering the risk of Domino server.  Only the Barracuda is allowed
to connect to the Domino server over port 25.

Does this help?

Richard A. Frye
Software Consulting Hardware, Inc.
(877) 936-9829 (Office)
(513) 936-0128 (Fax)
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Hello all,

I have a configuration question. We have just received an evaluation
version of the Barracuda Spam Filter appliance. Here is my config. We have
2 domino servers. One is a Notes server to which our users connect, and
one
is a SMTP server for routing incoming and outgoing mail. The filter
appliance works by assigning it the ip address of your incoming mail
server, and it in turn will route mail to your actual server. The problem
is that it will not route outgoing mail. What are my options here? Send
outgoing mail directly to the internet from our Notes server? Set up
another server for outbound traffic only? Any other options?

Thanks,

Mark

Mark D. Walter
Senior Programmer/Analyst
CCX, Inc.
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