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Mail routing with replicas

I have a server setup outside of the internal network with replicas of mail DBS residing on it. The goal is to allow users Internet access to their mail DB. We are not routing mail through this server though. However, I would like to have the router pass the mail back to the internal mail server for delivery. How can I set this up?
Replicas are just that. The home mail server is still the internal server. Your external server will do a lookup in the NAB for delivery. However, it must be able to route the mail. You cannot have the internal server call the external server and take the mail with it. Even though this sounds like a pull router event, it isn't. A pull event works like this. A server calls another, saying it wants to pull mail. The external server then pushes mail to the internal server, who initiated the call. So, the external server has to be able to route mail into the internal server. This cannot be avoided.

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