I need to setup zimbra on two servers.
Server1 is on static IP , on dedicated server (done)
Server2 is in the office on dynamic IP address and behind router, firewall
So what I need is to have 2-3 mail accounts on Server1 and 15-20 accounts in the office on Server2. Users of Server2 should be able to send mails locally only and 2-3 users of Server1 should be able to send mails both locally and remotely.
Can you please advice on how to implement this?
Can you please also help with setup of second server (Server2) with dynamic IP to work with Server1 like I described before?
I don't understand your question. Zimbra, if you've set-up zimbra correctly then, by default, you should be able to send email internally and externally. If that's not the case on your server then you'll have to describe your problem and provide some information from the log files.
Originally Posted by extremal
I want to setup both servers (remote and local) under the same domain name. the problem is that local should be under dynamic IP.
Local accounts have to receive/send mails from/to remote and local zimbra servers only.
You'll be looking for a Split Domain, you should be able to achieve what you want with that scenario.
If this isn't a silly question, why are you making this so difficult with two servers when I believe one server would do what you want. Perhaps I'm missing something in your description?
Thanks a lot I'll read about Split Domain .
Originally Posted by phoenix
Yes sure we can do it with one server, we want to do that to reduse usage of bandwith and to have local mail if internet link fails
Why don't you just use one server with two Ethernet card. It's what we have here since almost 4 years. One Ethernet card for Wan and hthe second for Lan...
Just my thoughts...
Sorry , but I didn't understand about 2 network cards .. our main mail server is on remote dedicated server
Why would a server be on a dynamic IP, surely on any setup this will cause problems.