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    reube508n is offline New Member
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    Default installation and configuraution of zimbra mail server

    Hi,
    i'm a bit of novice this but i was able to install zimbra in my test server and apply to necessary details such as the domains, private ips, hostnames etc.

    i've created mail users on the console manager with the necessary pop configs. Once i configure the outlook mailbox, no mails seems to be distributed between the our local/external mail accounts on the users pc and the zimbra server. We've also encountered an issue with the login ids and passwords on outlook whenever accounts are created. we can't seem to zero in on the specific issue.

    can someone advice on the way forward or needed to rectified enable this.

    thanks

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    I'm not really sure what you're describing here. Does email show-up when you login via the Web UI?
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    yes i can view and login into the web client UI. i've sent mails to various email accounts but none is being delivered. what could i missing out on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by reube508n View Post
    yes i can view and login into the web client UI. i've sent mails to various email accounts but none is being delivered. what could i missing out on?
    If you're behind a NAT router (are you?) then you'll need a Split DNS set-up. If you are behind a NAT router and you've got the Split DNS configured then go to the 'Verify.....' section of that article and provide the output of all the commands in that section. What error messages do you see in the log files?
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    thanks Bill
    we figured the issue and resolved it...much appreciated

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    Please do share. I'm in the same boat.

    I've been looking but can find no tangible solution yet.

    I see my messages in the web interface, but am unable to get pop3 to work. I've tried with and without SSL, including the entire email address for the user name in outlook. I currently have the incoming mail server as mydomain.com and outgoing as mydomain.com (actual domain name used in place of mydomain). If I use the "mail.mydomain.com" or "smtp.mydomain.com" the connector totally fails. When I use "mydomain.com" for both it finds the outgoing smtp server and the incoming pop3 server, but fails to loginto the mail server (POP3).

    I sure hope this is something simple.

    Currently this machine is NOT behind nat. I figure solve one problem at a time.

    Thanks inadvance.

    RP

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    Quote Originally Posted by oprogue View Post
    Currently this machine is NOT behind nat.
    Read the last sentence in my previous post and provide an answer to it. Perhaps you could also give a better description of your problem, from what you've said so far I don't really understand what exactly your problem is.
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