said by H_T_R_N:. said by brianjmc1971:
My office was destroyed during Hurricane Sandy's visit. We had Ultra business. I have residential Ultra at home. I moved my exchange server(and all my other servers to my home). I reconfigured everything on my side and our email is working fine, EXCEPT due to getting a DHCP ip address we are now listed on a couple of spam blockers and our mail is not getting though to some of our clients. here's my question,
How can I set my global wan domain mail.xyzcompany.com to a static IP and then pass all traffic to my DHCP WAN IP at my house?
Is this even possible? My ISP cannot give me a static IP at home till next week...
Thanks for any help, I'm really desperate.
Use SMTP.com or another paid smtp service as your outgoing server via smart host. It might cost you a few bucks, but if you need it....
Another option is to find someone who would be willing to share their static with you and allow you to use them as a smarthost.