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Thread: Split-DNS scenario ok if webmail-access for external mail-users is required ?

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    Default Split-DNS scenario ok if webmail-access for external mail-users is required ?

    Hi,

    we intend to install Zimbra in a test environment behind a firewall in a DynDNS domain with NAT.
    Do to different reasons, we will receive and send our mails through an ISP (external mail domain).


    External users should be able to access the Zimbra-server by typing www.ourcompany.com/mail
    (www.ourcompany.com is hosted extenally)



    Is your Split_DNS scenario as well recommended for such an environment?


    Thank's a lot you for any feedback!

    John

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    If you are behind a NAT router then a Split DNS is required for resolution of the Zimbra server LAN IP, so the answer to your question is yes.
    Regards


    Bill


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