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    Default Change outgoing server to my ISP

    How can I change my outgoing server from zimbra (network version) to my ISP's?

    I'm starting to get warning email from various servers:

    Errors
    2008-04-22 07:41:01 bounced (host smtp.abuse.net[208.31.42.109] said: 553 Use your provider's mail server - see MAPS - Support - Lookup Tool (in reply to RCPT TO command))
    2008-04-22 14:52:40 deferred (host mail2.itprotocol.co.uk[80.175.48.51] said: 451 Dynamic IP Addresses See: SORBS Database Lookup (in reply to RCPT TO command))
    2008-04-22 09:41:31 deferred (host mail1-2.mimesweeper.biz[194.116.199.15] said: 421 <rnimmo@martincurrie.com>: Deferring connection (in reply to RCPT TO command))

    Help before they cut me off!!!!!

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    Admin GUI -> Global Settings -> MTA -> Network -> Relay MTA for external delivery

    or from the command line
    Code:
    su - zimbra
    zmprov mcf zimbraMtaRelayHost external.isp.net:25

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