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    hello again

    I installed zcs on my server machine, and everything works fine.

    but, a problem appeared.

    it seems that I can't install zimbra enywhere else other than pc machine on which dns server is installed.

    here's a situation:

    there's a "test net" with 10 PCs.

    on one machine dhcp, dns and zcs are installed.

    dhcp manages ip addresses from address space 192.168.1.0/24.

    dns manages domain "ict2009"

    zcs also works fine.

    the thing is that I would like to remove zimbra from that machine, and install it on another pc, which is dns client.

    a message that appears during zcs installation, says:

    dns error resolving mx for ict2009

    how to make mx records for a pc that is not a dns server?

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    That is because you are using a split DNS setup. Why not just install a DNS server somewhere and point all your machines at it ? You can host as many domains as you like then.

    We would be grateful if you were to stop duplicate posting aswell!

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