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    Default how to get emails of live emails on zimbra local server

    hello there,

    1. Zimbra Server ZCS 7.0.1 that is running locally.
    2. We hosted our Website outside and we have email accounts on that also. There i have one account name Support@mydomain.com on live Domain

    I want to get support@mydomain.com 's emails first in my local Zimbra Server and then deliver to the Client, and same when client send email from support@mydomain.com it must store on local server and then send to the required email address on internet.

    What are the steps i have to follow

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    Option 1
    ------------
    ISP Mail
    |
    Zimbra
    |
    all clients use zimbra

    Via option 1 you forward a copy of the email from the ISP mail to your zimbra. Now you have a copy of all incoming mail stored on ISP.
    Use zimbra to send outbound email via relay mail using your ISP smtp server. Now you have a copy of sent all sent mail on zimbra as well as received.
    I really don't know how you would capture the sent mail from ISP onto zimbra.
    If it's doable, and you are the ISP, there might be a low level way to do it via scripting.

    What's weird about your request is you want zimbra to store send and received emails and then let the client have at it.

    Let's see ehat others think of the situation

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    Quote Originally Posted by spectra View Post
    Option 1
    ------------
    ISP Mail
    |
    Zimbra
    |
    all clients use zimbra

    Via option 1 you forward a copy of the email from the ISP mail to your zimbra. Now you have a copy of all incoming mail stored on ISP.
    Use zimbra to send outbound email via relay mail using your ISP smtp server. Now you have a copy of sent all sent mail on zimbra as well as received.
    I really don't know how you would capture the sent mail from ISP onto zimbra.
    If it's doable, and you are the ISP, there might be a low level way to do it via scripting.

    What's weird about your request is you want zimbra to store send and received emails and then let the client have at it.

    Let's see ehat others think of the situation
    Yes i understand it but i m using DSL with dynamic IP. So When i will send email to domain that mark it as spam

    So what i can do in this
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    There might be some language issues here too but anyway.

    I think you should set things up as I've indicated.

    Know this, you can have zimbra send to the Internet by telling zimbra to use your ISP outbound smtp server. Thats the way to do it when you have dynamic IP.

    Search forum for Split DNS and you will see the setup for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spectra View Post
    Know this, you can have zimbra send to the Internet by telling zimbra to use your ISP outbound smtp server. Thats the way to do it when you have dynamic IP.
    Well you may be right but can you tell me how i can Use zimbra to send outbound email via relay mail using your ISP smtp server.
    i mean how to enable this feature ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mkhurram92 View Post
    Well you may be right but can you tell me how i can Use zimbra to send outbound email via relay mail using your ISP smtp server.
    i mean how to enable this feature ?
    Look in the wiki, search the forums or read the Product Documentation, there's plenty of details on how to do this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    Look in the wiki, search the forums or read the Product Documentation, there's plenty of details on how to do this.
    Can anyone tell me what is concept behind relay in zimbra ?
    i already have MTA installed and running within my Zimbra Server.
    and its working fine but how i have to configure it to send emails and received them ??
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    Quote Originally Posted by mkhurram92 View Post
    Can anyone tell me what is concept behind relay in zimbra ?
    It's the same concept as a relay in any email server, you send your mail through that server for delivery.

    Quote Originally Posted by mkhurram92 View Post
    i already have MTA installed and running within my Zimbra Server.
    and its working fine....
    It's not working 'fine' though, is it? You're actually having problems.

    Quote Originally Posted by mkhurram92 View Post
    ......but how i have to configure it to send emails and received them ??
    You made the following statement earlier:

    Quote Originally Posted by mkhurram92 View Post
    Yes i understand it but i m using DSL with dynamic IP. So When i will send email to domain that mark it as spam

    So what i can do in this
    The answer, if you searched the forums or wiki (or even searched the internet) is that you have to relay your mail through another server so you don't get mail tagged as spam.

    You will have problems because you're on a dynamic IP address, most mail servers will tag that as spam (again, search the forums and internet for details).
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