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Thread: Split_DNS: inbound NAT rule(on Firewall) required ?

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    Hi,

    we are going to test install ZCS in a non direct mail delivery environment.
    (downloading mails with fetchmail/POP3 stored at different email-accounts
    at different ISPs to our main "Zimbra" account/box (e.g. info@mycompany.com) .
    For that test env we will get a(1) Dyn Ip from DynDNS.org.


    Questions:
    Is for such a scenario an "inbound NAT rule" (on the firewall) required?



    Thank's a lot

    John

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    If you are going to use fetchmail then a inbound NAT would not be required. You will however need to ensure that a internal MX and A record are available in DNS, so as in your title you will require a Wiki :: Split DNS architecture.

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    Thank's a lot uxbod for your promt reply.
    You answered nearly in realtime :-)

    John

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