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Thread: Emails Queue Fatal Error ( /opt/zimbra/.ssh/zimbra_identity don't exist)

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    Yes and a DNS entry. Your server can't be found according to this message:
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    Aug 25 11:49:23 localhost postfix/lmtp[1326]: C0BB217E5E3: to=, relay=none, delay=0, status=bounced (Host or domain name not found. Name service error for name=localhost.localdomain type=A: Host not found)
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    But this message is in the /var/log/zimbra.log in the zimbra sever. How can't locate the host if it's the host is looking for.

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    It can't locate the host because you're using localhost.localdomain as the fqdn and it's pointing to 127.0.0.1 the FQDN needs to be bound to a 'proper' IP address and not the loopback adapter and your DNS records also need to point the the IP address.
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    Ok, now I have in my /etc/hosts two lines:

    127.0.0.1 localhost.localdomain localhost
    192.168.0.90 mail.domain.com fedora


    But like the mail failure says, the server is looking for localhost.localdomain...

    Host or domain name not found. Name service error for
    name=localhost.localdomain type=A: Host not found

    Is It bad? the name should be mail.domain.com instead of localhost.localdomain no? How can I change that name?

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    This line:
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    192.168.0.90 mail.domain.com fedora
    is still wrong.

    According to that information, your mail server should have a name of 'mail' not 'fedora' and the line should read:
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    192.168.0.90 mail.domain.com mail
    Is this a new install? I'm guessing that you installed it and gave the domain localhost.localdomain to zimbra when it was installed, is that right?
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    I see that you have given your server a domain name of localhost.localdomain - that's not right and you need a fqdn that's addressable by DNS to receive your mail.
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    Yes correct, I put that name and I looked for change it, can I change It?

    Sorry for the other post, I though this thread die, later I saw it have two pages hehe...I'm newbie in forums
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    Yes, you can change it. Have a look at the ZmSetServerName command. There's lots of info on the forums about changing the server name do a search and read before making the change, make sure you have a backup as well before you modify anything.

    IMO, the easiest thing to do if this is a new install is remove Zimbra and reinstall it with the correct domain name. If you want to do that just run the install script with './install.sh -u' and kill any remaining processes then do the install again.
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    All fails hehe...

    Well, I'm starting the new installation.
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    Ok! now sending mails works perfectly and I can use the tab mail queues of Zimbra Admin (Before this new installation I couldn't).
    Now "only" fails receiving mails, the error is:

    connect to mail.domain.com[64.000.000.111]: connection refused


    My DNS zone is this:

    domain.com. 14400 IN A 64.000.000.000
    mail 14400 IN A 64.000.000.111 (ip of zimbra server "mail.domain.com")
    mail 14400 IN MX 10 mail.domain.com


    It's wrong? I don't know much things about DNS (MX , A ...)

    Ah!emails accounts have this format: user@mail.domain.com
    Last edited by koby; 08-30-2006 at 12:42 AM.

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