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    Thumbs down [SOLVED] Can't Send or Receive Mail

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    Hey, I have a problem, a strange one at that.



    I cannot receive or send email from the web client or Thunderbird.

    Can someone help me please? Thanks!
    Last edited by whiskey6; 11-21-2007 at 01:04 PM.

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    Is this a new install or a currently running server or an upgrade? If it's a currently installed Zimbra then what's changed? What errors are in the logs? How about the operating system and Zimbra version?

    Posting 'it doesn't work' really doesn't give us much of a clue as to where the problem may lay, please post some more detailed info on the problem.
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    fedora 7
    ZCS Version: Release 4.5.9_GA_1454.RHEL5_20071016203610 F7 FOSS edition

    It's a mostly fresh install, been around for a week now.
    Nothing meaningful in /var/log/zimbra, other than it tells me that everything is running and fine. Could this be something in the MTA settings?

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    Have you verified all your network settings, ie. firewall, dns, ISP restrictions? What happens when you telnet to the server on port 25 from an external host.?

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    Also make sure that SElinux is disabled.
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    seems he solved it (I'm sure he'll explain shortly)

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    I chucked these settings into
    Global Settings>MTA>MTA Trusted networks
    127.0.0.0/8 142.25.97.0/24 127.0.0.1 142.25.97.202

    I then had an entry put into some other mail relay so that I could send mail.

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