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    Hi,

    is there any documentation that describes zimbra installation behind nat firewall? I'm not sure how should I set my hostname etc.

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    Jernej

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    Welcome to the forums.

    You'll need this: Split DNS - Zimbra :: Wiki
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    Aha, so the point is to "trick" zimba so it thinks it runs on MX host? Cool! 10x

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    Quote Originally Posted by jernejk View Post
    Aha, so the point is to "trick" zimba so it thinks it runs on MX host? Cool! 10x
    Not quite a trick. The aim is to provide an internal DNS A & MX record that will allow Zimbra (postfix) to be able to resolve the LAN IP address (to deliver the mail) of the server and not resolve to the public IP.
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