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    Default zimbra for the local network (lan) ?

    hey guys,

    is it possible to make zimbra work for the local domain? cause i've tried
    setting it up with the FQDN being mail.localhost which is what i've put in
    /etc/hosts to resolve to our local ip address in the lan (10.100.0.42).

    everything was starting up nicely but sending mails from the console (using the mail program) or from telnet 25 it seems like its sending the mails but later in the lost im seeing this error:

    "warning: do not list domain mail.localhost in BOTH virtual_mailbox_domains and relay_domains" and it seems like it bounces or queues the message somewhere.
    i cant tell whats wrong with it except for the user not getting mail. (local user
    on the system)


    thanks in advance,
    lir

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    search on "relay_host" and "disable dns"

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    Default Hi Lir,

    i also want to how to use Zimbra as Mail server for my local network.

    i want to know how to set the DNS entries and how to fill the /etc/hosts file

    im using FC5 OS.

    pls help me the configuration procedure for installing and configuring Zimbra Mail..

    Thank you.

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    Default Documentation-Reg;

    Hi,

    I followed the Documentation, but it needs the FQDN. but im not having the Registred domain, But having the Public Static IP.

    So pls tell me how to configure the DNS MX and A records and /etc/hosts file..


    Thanks and Regards,
    Nandhakumar K.

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    1. Setting up local DNS for local domain A host. example mydomain.com
    2. Setting up local DNS for MX record refer to host mydomain.com as mail server
    3. In your mail server put the dns to your local dns
    4. finish

    you can send and receive email from local LAN. Hope can solve your question

    thanks

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    Default Its working..

    Hi,

    Now I am able to work with Zimbra mail server in my LAN. But not able to send mails to public mail servers like yahoo, gmail,etc. Also not able to receive mails from them.

    So is there any solution for this issue..?

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    Before answer your question, pls answer this
    1. do you have a public domain ?
    2. do you have a IP public for your mail server machine ?
    3. do you have a mx record registered in your ISP DNS ?
    basicly you must all above to send and receive email from internet

    hope you get idea

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    Quote Originally Posted by tamilnandhu View Post
    Hi,

    Now I am able to work with Zimbra mail server in my LAN. But not able to send mails to public mail servers like yahoo, gmail,etc. Also not able to receive mails from them.

    So is there any solution for this issue..?
    You need a Domain Name that's registered on a public DNS server, exactly the same as you would for any mail server. If you are behind a NAT device then you'll need a Split DNS. Please search the forums, these topics have been covered many times. You should aso read the Zimbra Documentation for the installation requirements.
    Regards


    Bill


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    Quote Originally Posted by msw View Post
    Before answer your question, pls answer this
    1. do you have a public domain ?
    2. do you have a IP public for your mail server machine ?
    3. do you have a mx record registered in your ISP DNS ?
    basicly you must all above to send and receive email from internet

    hope you get idea
    HI I have only Public IP.. Other two i dont have.. Shall i send and receive mails or not..?

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