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    Default Problems relaying in a multiservers installation

    Hi, I've just installed a multiserver Zimbra 5.0.8 (1 LDAP, 1 store, 1 smtp). When I try to send a message i cant relay through the smtp. I've checked the authorized auth servers with 'zmprov gamau', in ldap and store the info is correct, but in the smtp y get this error:

    $ zmprov gamau
    ERROR: zclient.IO_ERROR (invoke Connection refused, server: localhost) (cause: java.net.ConnectException Connection refused)

    Some help please

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    Try "zmprov -l" instead of just "zmprov".

    zmprov tries to connect to the localhost mailstore (SOAP chat) and when there's no mailstore, it can not work.

    Using "zmprov -l" means "getting zmprov to chat with the LDAP server".

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    Hi again, with 'zmprov -l' I can get wich is the auth host from the SMTP without seeing errors, but I cant get to relay from the store throught the SMTP, in the logs I see this:

    Jul 28 09:38:27 zsmtp postfix/smtpd[16044]: connect from unknown[store IP]
    Jul 28 09:38:27 zsmtp postfix/smtpd[16044]: NOQUEUE: reject: RCPT from unknown[store ip]: 554 5.7.1 : Relay access denied; from= to= proto=ESMTP helo=
    Jul 28 09:38:27 zsmtp postfix/smtpd[16044]: disconnect from unknown[store IP]

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