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    Dear All,

    i'am success install zimbra with zimbra 5.0.11 at openSUSE 10.3 with ip public, but i want if send mail and email queu is divert to smtp with ip private( 2 postfix), so while i send 1000 mail not scan virus and spam , so mail delivered with fast, i'm try send mail with 1000/10000 mail with zimbra is too long and weidth

    can help me..?

    i'm sorry my english is too bad to undersetanded

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    Welcome to the forums Yamin

    Not really sure what you are asking ? Do you want two SMTP daemons to be running; one that has AV/AS applied and the other without ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yamin View Post
    i'am success install zimbra with zimbra 5.0.11 at openSUSE 10.3 ..
    An early warning for you, Zimbra will not be providing any further binaries for any version of openSUSE after the 5.x series of Zimbra. I'd suggest you research using another distribution for your Zimbra server.
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