Hi, I have finally installed the latest Zimbra version (zcs-8.0.6_GA_5922.RHEL6_64.20131203103705.tgz)! Have a few questions hopefully you fellow admins can give me some pointers or clarifications....
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- Upon logging into the Admin Console (ie https://<zimbra ip>:7071/zimbraAdmin/), I'm seeing the hostname on which Zimbra was installed on being taken as the domain name. For example, I already have Postfix / Dovecot setup on mail1.mydomain.com and I installed Zimbra on mail2.mydomain.com as a test. These are what I'm seeing:
Manage -> Accounts
Manage -> Aliases
Configure -> Domains
Configure -> Servers
Configure -> Global Settings -> General Information
Default domain: mail2.mydomain.com
All mails from all system users sent to one admin account for the whole domain
This is more of a what's the best way to do this in general but if I have a few servers in my domain and I want each of them to be able to send admin mails to one account (ie firstname.lastname@example.org) managed by Zimbra, what do I need to do? On each of my server now, I need to use the "mail" command to check mails individually listed in the /var/spool/mail/root. The type of mails I'm seeing are generated by Logwatch daily. On one of the boxes I have updated the /etc/aliases file followed by running the newaliases command to re-direct the mails from all accounts to one user, which I then download via POP into my mail client. But I haven't done this for the rest of the servers. How do you do this for your servers? Is there a more elegant / better way to do this?
Under Configure -> MTA -> Network, I'm seeing a few settings here but am still not very clear what to do with them.
Web mail MTA Host name
Is this for delivering local mail only (ie not for external mails)?
Relay MTA for external delivery
My understanding after reading the doc is that if my ISP doesn't force me to relay outgoing mails through them, and I have enabled DNS lookup, I can leave this blank?
Inbound SMTP host name
Sorry I know this is explained as "If your MX records point to a spam-relay or any other external non-Zimbra server, enter the name of that server in the Inbound SMTP host name field." but I'm not following. Can someone provide an example?
MTA Trusted Networks
The admin doc says "To set up MTA trusted networks on a per server basis, make sure that MTA trusted networks have been set up as global settings and then go the Configure > Servers > MTA page and in the MTA Trusted Networks field enter the trusted network addresses for the server." However I see out of the box it has default networks setup for the server whereas on a global level it's blank. Does this mean there is a bug with the install software and I have to copy the setting from the server to the global setting?