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Thread: Configure Mailbox to use multiple MTA's

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    Default Configure Mailbox to use multiple MTA's

    Hi,
    I'm testing some multi-server deployments setups and am wondering if it's possible to configure a mailbox server to use more that one Web Mail MTA?

    I presume I can just setup some type of NLB for a Web Mail MTA pool, but I'd prefer a Zimbra based method (like the way you can specify multiple ldap servers).

    Thanks,

    Brian

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    Did you ever manage to get this thing going?

    Zimbra's interface lets you add multiple mta's, but postfix then complains about only allowing one value on that field.

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    Hi there.

    I wonder which version you used.
    I'm user 6.0.7 (community), it's ok when i add multi mta.

    In my case, I had 2 server (one is mailbox and one is MTA/proxy played as mail gateway). After that, I add 2 ironport in front of my mail GW. The two inronport is configured cluster (i'm not sure, maybe it just sync the configuration) so i have to add 2 relay mta to my mail GW

    Mailbox --> Mail GW --> iron1/iron2 --> firewall --> Internet

    I want to know what is the way zimbra run on multi relay mta in this case. Is it failover or sequential?


    Sorry if I wake up an old topic!


    Thanks

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