[SOLVED] Mail Routing

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[SOLVED] Mail Routing

Postby leebrent » Tue Apr 01, 2008 12:46 pm

Hello,
I have a zimbra server running on Fedora, latest version etc, and I run another server along side of this zimbra server.
The zimbra server is running on mail.itas.ca, and the other server is running on titan.itas.ca. They are both on the same network etc, however, any mail from the other server does not get routed to zimbra accounts. It will route to external accounts (Gmail), but nothing gets to the zimbra server from that server.
I have tried the following:
Created a SMART_HOST in titan.itas.ca and pointed it at Zimbra (No Go)

Added the network to the Trust Networks on the MTA


Not really sure what else to try at this point, any ideas?
--B


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[SOLVED] Mail Routing

Postby phoenix » Tue Apr 01, 2008 1:01 pm

How about using a Split Domain?
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[SOLVED] Mail Routing

Postby leebrent » Tue Apr 01, 2008 1:04 pm

I have the split working the one way, so if I email the address ticket@itas.ca it is delivers mail to the account on titan, but it is the outgoing email coming from titan that does not get delivered to zimbra (mail.itas.ca), but it is delivered to the internet.
MAIL to mail.itas.ca from internet works

MAIL from mail.itas.ca to internet and local zimbra accounts work
MAIL from titan.itas.ca to internet works

MAIL from titan.itas.ca to Zimbra server on same network does not work.
leebrent
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[SOLVED] Mail Routing

Postby leebrent » Tue Apr 01, 2008 1:50 pm

Got it!!!
It was my vi /etc/mail/local-host-names on Titan that was indicating it was for the itas.ca domain.

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