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    Now, I get Zimbra Open source installed at last, but I'm lost on my net configurations...
    I don't know if really needs a BIND running locally, cause I have my DNS domain externally. My domain, santiweb.com, gets resolved in the right way, as anyone can test.

    My configuration is this, I have a CentOS i386 installed, a ADSL router Cisco series 800, and a net with a IPCop firewall, all are correct, but I can't receive mails, only send, in the right way. My Zimbra machine have santiweb.com as FQHN (I have test others, but I have this a this moment, cause I want all my Mails something than name@santiweb.com running, as I have at the moment, under my IMail server, in a Windows machine, same in a machine with 192.168.2.3 IP)

    Well, my Zimbra machine IP are 192.168.2.6.

    I'm lost, sorry, but I'm trying to make it work for a couple of weeks...

    I need some help. THX in advance.

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    What ports are you forwarding through your firewall to your private IP? Are you forwarding port 7025?

    When people send you mail, what shows up in the postfix logs?

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    Of course, all the needed routes are created, and more of needed ones, hehehehehe...

    Some of logs:


    Mar 2 21:37:13 santiweb zimbramon[32074]: 32074:info: 2006-03-02 21:37:02, STATUS: santiweb.com: antispam: Running
    Mar 2 21:37:13 santiweb zimbramon[32074]: 32074:info: 2006-03-02 21:37:02, STATUS: santiweb.com: antivirus: Running
    Mar 2 21:37:13 santiweb zimbramon[32074]: 32074:info: 2006-03-02 21:37:02, STATUS: santiweb.com: ldap: Running
    Mar 2 21:37:14 santiweb zimbramon[32074]: 32074:info: 2006-03-02 21:37:02, STATUS: santiweb.com: logger: Running
    Mar 2 21:37:14 santiweb zimbramon[32074]: 32074:info: 2006-03-02 21:37:02, STATUS: santiweb.com: mailbox: Running
    Mar 2 21:37:14 santiweb zimbramon[32074]: 32074:info: 2006-03-02 21:37:02, STATUS: santiweb.com: mta: Running
    Mar 2 21:37:14 santiweb zimbramon[32074]: 32074:info: 2006-03-02 21:37:02, STATUS: santiweb.com: snmp: Running
    Mar 2 21:37:14 santiweb zimbramon[32074]: 32074:info: 2006-03-02 21:37:02, STATUS: santiweb.com: spell: Running
    Mar 2 21:37:23 santiweb postfix/qmgr[14658]: 47E8F29C639: from=, size=1358, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
    Mar 2 21:37:23 santiweb postfix/lmtp[32486]: 47E8F29C639: to=, relay=none, delay=175390, status=deferred (connect to santiweb.com[80.38.183.133]: Connection refused)



    Mar 2 20:54:07 santiweb zimbramon[14434]: 14434:info: 2006-03-02 20:54:01, STATUS: santiweb.com: antispam: Running
    Mar 2 20:54:08 santiweb zimbramon[14434]: 14434:info: 2006-03-02 20:54:01, STATUS: santiweb.com: antivirus: Running
    Mar 2 20:54:08 santiweb zimbramon[14434]: 14434:info: 2006-03-02 20:54:01, STATUS: santiweb.com: ldap: Running
    Mar 2 20:54:08 santiweb zimbramon[14434]: 14434:info: 2006-03-02 20:54:01, STATUS: santiweb.com: logger: Running
    Mar 2 20:54:08 santiweb zimbramon[14434]: 14434:info: 2006-03-02 20:54:01, STATUS: santiweb.com: mailbox: Running
    Mar 2 20:54:08 santiweb zimbramon[14434]: 14434:info: 2006-03-02 20:54:01, STATUS: santiweb.com: mta: Running
    Mar 2 20:54:08 santiweb zimbramon[14434]: 14434:info: 2006-03-02 20:54:01, STATUS: santiweb.com: snmp: Running
    Mar 2 20:54:08 santiweb zimbramon[14434]: 14434:info: 2006-03-02 20:54:01, STATUS: santiweb.com: spell: Running
    Mar 2 20:54:11 santiweb postfix/anvil[12201]: statistics: max connection rate 1/60s for (smtp:213.4.149.66) at Mar 2 20:49:05
    Mar 2 20:54:11 santiweb postfix/anvil[12201]: statistics: max connection count 1 for (smtp:213.4.149.66) at Mar 2 20:49:05
    Mar 2 20:54:11 santiweb postfix/anvil[12201]: statistics: max cache size 1 at Mar 2 20:49:05
    Mar 2 20:54:46 santiweb postfix/smtpd[14625]: initializing the server-side TLS engine
    Mar 2 20:54:46 santiweb postfix/smtpd[14625]: connect from santiweb.com[192.168.2.6]
    Mar 2 20:54:46 santiweb postfix/smtpd[14625]: 6E13929C63F: client=santiweb.com[192.168.2.6]
    Mar 2 20:54:46 santiweb postfix/cleanup[14628]: 6E13929C63F: message-id=<17479562.31141329285677.JavaMail.root@santiweb.com>
    Mar 2 20:54:46 santiweb postfix/qmgr[14658]: 6E13929C63F: from=, size=465, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
    Mar 2 20:54:46 santiweb postfix/smtpd[14625]: disconnect from santiweb.com[192.168.2.6]
    Mar 2 20:54:47 santiweb amavis[11191]: (11191-01) ESMTP::10024 /opt/zimbra/amavisd/tmp/amavis-20060302T205446-11191: -> Received: SIZE=465 from santiweb.com ([127.0.0.1]) by localhost (santiweb.com [127.0.0.1]) (amavisd-new, port 10024) with ESMTP id 11191-01 for ; Thu, 2 Mar 2006 20:54:46 +0100 (CET)
    Mar 2 20:54:47 santiweb amavis[11191]: (11191-01) Checking: PV0m6xp47L4F [192.168.2.6] ->
    Mar 2 20:54:48 santiweb postfix/smtpd[14632]: initializing the server-side TLS engine
    Mar 2 20:54:48 santiweb postfix/smtpd[14632]: connect from localhost.localdomain[127.0.0.1]
    Mar 2 20:54:48 santiweb postfix/smtpd[14632]: 3F51C29C640: client=localhost.localdomain[127.0.0.1]
    Mar 2 20:54:48 santiweb postfix/cleanup[14628]: 3F51C29C640: message-id=<17479562.31141329285677.JavaMail.root@santiweb.com>
    Mar 2 20:54:48 santiweb postfix/smtpd[14632]: disconnect from localhost.localdomain[127.0.0.1]
    Mar 2 20:54:48 santiweb postfix/qmgr[14658]: 3F51C29C640: from=, size=1071, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
    Mar 2 20:54:48 santiweb amavis[11191]: (11191-01) FWD via SMTP: -> , 250 2.6.0 Ok, id=11191-01, from MTA([127.0.0.1]:10025): 250 Ok: queued as 3F51C29C640
    Mar 2 20:54:48 santiweb amavis[11191]: (11191-01) Passed CLEAN, LOCAL [192.168.2.6] [192.168.2.6] -> , Message-ID: <17479562.31141329285677.JavaMail.root@santiweb.com>, mail_id: PV0m6xp47L4F, Hits: -2.138, 1661 ms
    Mar 2 20:54:48 santiweb postfix/smtp[14629]: 6E13929C63F: to=, relay=127.0.0.1[127.0.0.1], delay=2, status=sent (250 2.6.0 Ok, id=11191-01, from MTA([127.0.0.1]:10025): 250 Ok: queued as 3F51C29C640)
    Mar 2 20:54:48 santiweb amavis[11191]: (11191-01) extra modules loaded: Net/LDAP/Bind.pm
    Mar 2 20:54:48 santiweb postfix/qmgr[14658]: 6E13929C63F: removed
    Mar 2 20:54:48 santiweb postfix/lmtp[14633]: 3F51C29C640: to=, relay=none, delay=0, status=deferred (connect to santiweb.com[80.38.183.133]: Connection refused)


    Here are a couple of examples...

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    Like I said, port 7025:

    santiweb postfix/lmtp[32486]: 47E8F29C639: to=, relay=none, delay=175390, status=deferred (connect to santiweb.com[80.38.183.133]: Connection refused)


    lmtp traffic isn't being allowed through. Most common problem, covered many times in the forums.

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    No, no, no, no... I have told you before... you have to trust on me, if not, we cannot advance...

    Port 7025 are routed in the right way, I asures you.

    I don't know why, this is the reason that I request help, if not, I have no need....

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    No, I don't have to trust you - you posted your log files, where postfix clearly says CONNECTION REFUSED.

    Right here:

    santiweb postfix/lmtp[32486]: 47E8F29C639: to=, relay=none, delay=175390, status=deferred (connect to santiweb.com[80.38.183.133]: Connection refused)


    Connection refused. It's at the end of the line. Between the IP address and the ending parentheses. Connection refused.

    Which port?

    postfix/lmtp

    lmtp == port 7025

    Ergo, your postfix server can't get to your public IP on port 7025 - it's getting connection refused. That's your problem. Fix it, and mail will be delivered.

    Trust me - I'm a professional.

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    Yes, your a professional, OK... I believe in you, now, how explain you this thing ? I can demostrate that the route exists...

    If this is true, I repeat, I can demostrate.... the reason are other thing, maybe that otehr configurations are not so correct, if the problem is my postfix trying to access my domain from LAN, then, the problem are this, not the 7025 service not routed, cause I can asures you that the service are routed, can you check your own ? Not problem for me.

    THX anyway.

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    On the machine try this:

    telnet 80.38.183.133 7025


    What do you get?
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    Yes, as I have told you before, mi WAN IP (public IP) are not accesible from any LAN IP directly...
    Same for all other services earing on my LAN.

    If you suggest me to telnet my 7025 service, I suggest you same thing, try to telnet your own santiweb.com:7025, or 80.38.183.133:7025, as you preffer, and you can see if route to 7025 exists or not in my system, :-)

    Thank you very much for your attention.

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    Nope. Re-read what I said.

    *ON THE MACHINE* So that means you when your on your machine(logged into it) try to telnet to the IP listed. We are not asking you to try it from the outside. You must try this from on the localhost.
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