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    I used the Red Hat 4 install on CentOS 4.4. I can receive mail just fine but I can't seem to send mail. I turned off sendmail after the Zimbra install. I do have the appropriate ports open on the box and the router. Did i miss something simple? I was running this on Ubuntu without issue before using the same setup.

    Any help would be appreciated. I'm sure it's one little thing I'm missing.

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    If sendmail was not disabled before Zimbra's install, Zimbra would have not be able to setup itself.

    OTOH, if you can receive mail from the outside, it means postfix is up and running.

    Are your DNS settings ok ?

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    I appreciate the quick response. I'm just an idiot and rushed the relay setting and put in the wrong relay. i just corrected it and now it is working fine.


    Thanks again.

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