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    Default Suitability of Zimbra for this application

    I'm wondering if Zimbra is suitable for my mail needs.

    I'm running a group of servers behind my ISPs firewall. My old mail setup allowed me to simply point virtual domains at the ip address of my mail server and it would address each domain correctly (done from a separate DNS server). It didn't require any specific BIND configuration, just that the domain MX record itself point at the mail server. Can Zimbra emulate this kind of setup? I really don't want to be playing around with bind, I just want to set up a mail server. I see a lot of posts asking questions about bind in these forums... I'd really prefer not to have to worry about it. I can always revive my old setup but I rather like Zimbra's administration console.

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    Yes, it can resolve itself, I'm simply not interested in having to confgure any DNS on the zimbra machine itself.

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