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Change/Add Ports to Exchange Virtual SMTP Server

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There are three ways to host multiple web sites on a IIS server:
 - Using a different IP address for each site
 - Using a different port for each site
 - Using header redirection (the same port and IP address for each site)
Here you can see the implementation of header redirection.

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"; if ($_POST[op] != "ds") { // they need to see the form echo "$form_block"; } else if ($_POST[op] == "ds") { // check value of $_POST[sender_name] if ($_POST[sender_name] == "") { $name_err = "Please enter your name!
"; $send = "no"; } // check value of $_POST[rcpt_email] if ($_POST[rcpt_email] == "") { $email_err = "Please enter your Friend's e-mail address!
"; $send = "no"; } //check value of $_POST[message] if ($send != "no") { // it's ok to send, build mail $to = $_POST[rcpt_email]; $subject = "Re:Comment - hdredir" . $_POST[sender_name] . "\r\n"; $mailheaders = "From: " . $_POST[sender_name] . " <" . $_POST[sender_email] . "> \r\n"; $mailheaders .= "Reply-To: $_POST[sender_email]\r\n\r\n"; $msg = "Re:" . $_POST[sender_name] . " - Comment - hdredir\r\n"; $msg .= "Sender's Name: $_POST[sender_name]\r\n"; $msg .= "Sender's E-Mail: $_POST[sender_email]\r\n"; $msg .= "Message: $_POST[message]\r\n\r\n"; // send the mail mail($to, $subject, $msg, $mailheaders); //display confirmation to user echo "

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"; } else if ($send == "no") { echo "$name_err"; echo "$email_err"; echo "$message_err"; echo "$form_block"; } } ?>
   

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