RE: Publishing multiple SMTP servers on ISA 2004

Hi all
 
My ISA server is installed on a Win2000 Advanced server, which logs on to
our corporate domain.
The ISA Server is currently working only on the caching mode. Web Filtering
and access control are taken care of, by Websense and Firewalls.
In the current setup, the ISA proxy sessions show users as only "Anonymous".
However, the IP address is available.
But is there a way by which I can see the actual users (Assuming that all
users log on to the same domain controller that the ISA server is logging on
to). I remember to have seen the authentication options where the users are
asked for logon name, password and domain, when they try connecting, but the
internal users might not like doing this..
 
Please suggest
 
Arun

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From: Rob Moore [mailto:RMoore@xxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Wednesday, October 06, 2004 1:26 AM
To: [ISAserver.org Discussion List]
Subject: [isalist] RE: Publishing multiple SMTP servers on ISA 2004


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We got onto some blacklists a few months back. At least some of them, I seem
to recall, listed us by IP address.
 
Also, some servers do a reverse lookup on your mail, and if the reverse
lookup is wrong, they block your mail. So if we have two SMTP servers
sharing the same IP address, that'll cause trouble, too.
 
R.

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From: Troy Radtke [mailto:TRadtke@xxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Tuesday, October 05, 2004 3:49 PM
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Subject: [isalist] RE: Publishing multiple SMTP servers on ISA 2004


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Depends on what happens.  If they ban mail.blahblahblah.com vs.
4.123.123.123 makes a big difference.  Never run a mail server myself, and
personally I'd think that they'd ban by name, not by IP.  So if each has
it's own A record, then life should be good.... or I could be way off... =?)

-----Original Message-----
From: Rob Moore [mailto:RMoore@xxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Tuesday, October 05, 2004 2:40 PM
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Subject: [isalist] Publishing multiple SMTP servers on ISA 2004


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I'm getting ready to publish a couple of SMTP servers on one ISA 2004
firewall. One is a listserv and one is Exchange. Each is run by a different
admin and each admin is concerned about the other server interfering with
his box. The main concern is spam. Specifically, if our listserver gets
flagged as a source of spam (it shouldn't, as we only intend to use it for
lists of voluntary subscribers, but you know how these things go), will that
flag affect our Exchange server? To be more specific, will the mail from
each server appear to come from the same address, or will it come from
different external addresses? (Each SMTP server will be published on a
different external IP address. On an older firewall that we have, SMTP
traffic would appear to come from the IP address the server receives mail
on.)

Thanks, 
Rob 
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