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    Wilson_Lee is offline Active Member
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    Default [SOLVED] ZIMbra setup as NAT. MTA issue.

    hi,

    i setup my zimbra server behind a firewall and use firewall to forward port 25,110,143 to Zimbra server.

    My zimbra is working fine now..just that when at home I can not able to send mail with outlook. At office...everything is working fine.

    my mta network is configured as default. I have read about the guide from here and trying to add a entry to the mtamynetworks setting there...but i got error.

    ZimbraMtaMyNetworks - Zimbra :: Wiki

    when I use web console to update the setting...it shows CIDR error and suggest that I should put another IP address in stead the IP address i using now?????

    Please assist. my users need to be able to send and receive mail at home with Outlook.

    thanks.

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    Not sure if I understand your setup . But try using the ip address of your mail server instead of the FQDN in the server setup portion of Outlook.

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    Hi Bill,

    I have tried setup my outlook 2007 with IP address also...it still the same...It can download emails but can not send mail.

    I read thru the zimbra forum and i suspect is mta setting there....

    My current MTA setting is as default 127.0.0.0/8 192.168.0.0/24. With this setting my LAN desktops are working fine to send and receive emails. But if I use outlook at home and try to send mail...it will show error and can not send mail.

    I got read about zimbra forum about running a command to update postfix on the proxy_interfaces.

    SUSE Linux Enterpise Server 9 NAT HOWTO - Zimbra :: Wiki

    Do i need to do samething on my Zimbra server which running on RHEL5 ?

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    I have found that my local ISP block port 25.

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