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    doctor_house is offline Starter Member
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    Post Zimbra internal and external domains

    Good day,

    I have just installed a zimbra instance on a virtual machine to test it. It works but i fail at understanding a couple of things.
    My situation is this
    the internal domain is "smtp.network.local" and i have a domain managed with dyndns called 2gnetworks.net .
    I set up a couple of accounts giulio@2gnetworks.net and giovanna@2gnetworks.net. Now i fail at understanding if when mr. giulio sends an email to ms giovanna it goes in and out or zimbra performs a check with its internal addresses and simply forwards it internally without really using the internet connection.

    thanks for your help and 10+ to this fabulous product

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    Quote Originally Posted by doctor_house View Post
    My situation is this
    the internal domain
    I assume from that comment that you're behnd a NAT router?

    Quote Originally Posted by doctor_house View Post
    is "smtp.network.local" and i have a domain managed with dyndns called 2gnetworks.net .
    Why don't you take the easy route and name your internal domain the same as your external domain, it will save you a lot of confusion.
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    Bill


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