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    Default Zimbra Installation Help.


    i want to use Zimbra mail server with SugarCRM support.

    First i installed SugarCRM. than Zimbra OpenSource Edition.
    i dont have seperate registred domain but i have static publi IP(say xx.xx.xx.xx) .
    i want to use this zimbra mail server for my local network users..

    so how can i configure the Zimbra and /ete/hosts file..

    My machine name is linuxzimbra and i dont have any domain.

    shall i create any domain, if so, where i have to create the domain.

    also tell me how to create MX and A records...

    pls dont give me the links to the existing forum, because i didnt get proper solution from the existing forums...

    pls reply..

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    You will still have to have a domain. In order to create MX and A records you will have to have a domain.

    What I would do is spend 10$ or 15$ and register a domain. Point that domain to your public static IP.

    Use the company you registered with to create your MX and A records to properly point to your static IP and you should be squared away after that.

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    to throw other options at ya...

    do you have a dns server anywhere on your lan? give linuxzimbra an a & mx record

    a quick linux dns would be BIND

    so your hosts file might look like: localhost.localdomain localhost
    x.x.x.x linuxzimbra.local linuxzimbra
    Last edited by mmorse; 10-09-2007 at 07:16 AM.

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