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How can I map local mail server to my domain

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  • VPN
  • Domain
  • Servers
  • Linux
  • Networking
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January 2, 2013 5:04:52 AM

I've setup local mail server on Linux Platform,now I'm able to access within LAN, I've purchased domain from GoDaddy, how can I map local mail server in my domain ?

I know that we need to give mail server IP in MX records of the domain but the issue is with my network architecture,once have a look

Static IP Address from ISP---> Net Gear Router--->eth0 of Linux server;from eth1 of Linux server to LAN.

Now we are able to access mail server by using local IP address as

192.168.x.x/webmail or by configuring SMTP details in Thunderbird.

I want to access webmail outside of local network,how can I do this ?

More about : map local mail server domain

January 2, 2013 8:55:19 PM

Assuming your ISP does not block servers, you need to forward the appropriate ports from your router to your mail server, then set up the MX records.

NOTE: You will still need to use the IP address when you are inside your LAN.
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