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    Mudasar is offline Loyal Member
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    Default LMTP or SMTP

    Hi,

    I have checked that by default user MTA is set to LMTP

    zmprov ga o2sp@o2sp.com | grep MailTransport
    zimbraMailTransport: lmtp:zm1.o2sp.com:7025

    When i change it to smtp 25 port mail does not delivered in my mail box why?

    What is the exect difference between lmtp and smtp



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    smtp requires a mta, so if you're not running mta on that server, i.e. it's a mailbox server only, it won't be able to connect to it

    lmtp uses a different port

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    LMTP use 7025 port in Zimbra, and my box is a complete email server, i mean mta, queuing and mailbox.
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