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Hoe to configure GFI With Gmail G suite [message #145776] Tue, 14 May 2019 12:51 Go to next message
roger.gendron@ncfre.com is currently offline  roger.gendron@ncfre.com
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Registered: May 2019
Hello trying to install GFI Faxmeker to use Gmail G suite.

the client used to have Exchange servers that will be pulling out.

first want to use out Gmail account to send fax.

the configuration will be.

GFi FAxmaker on the local domain

so the user is user.domain.local

the Gmail user is user.domaine.com


i have configured GFi Faxemaker to use in the email2faxgateway

smtp connector

smtp.gmail.com port 465 ssl
myuser<_at_>domaine.com and password

fax/sms/domain

fax.mydomain.com
sms.mydomain.com

created the a record for it as a subdomain and the mx record

did a send test email it work


the problem i am having

is from the Gmail trying to send fax to 15419999999<_at_>fax.mydomain.com it does not come

And yes i have open port 25 in the firewall.

i am sur i am messing something here would like some ideal.





Re: Hoe to configure GFI With Gmail G suite [message #145818 is a reply to message #145776] Mon, 20 May 2019 13:19 Go to previous messageGo to next message
okrekov is currently offline  okrekov
Messages: 2
Registered: April 2019
Dear user,

Please use instructions from the GFI web site manuals.gfi.com/en/fax20/Content/ACM/Preinstall/Hosted/Googl eApps.htm
Looks like you are not configured "A" domain record.
Re: Hoe to configure GFI With Gmail G suite [message #149411 is a reply to message #145818] Thu, 18 February 2021 10:35 Go to previous message
markwilson is currently offline  markwilson
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Registered: February 2021
Here are all the advanced Gmail settings you can configure for your organization. For example, you can:

Set up sophisticated filters and whitelist IP addresses where you expect to receive legitimate mail.
Specify where inbound messages are delivered.
Route messages to a catch-all address or another server, or for archiving, filtering, and monitoring.
Allow users to send outbound messages with a different "from" address.
You can set up conditional settings as well. For example, you can reject messages or attachments that exceed 20 MB. Or, reroute messages that contain certain words or are sent from a certain address.

I hope this helps!
Mark Wilson
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