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MTA setup

Pending Tjay's visit, the reconfiguration of the Firebox will have to wait. It is important to have the CDO MTA running along with the HTTPD service in the P5-520 to be able to test the configuration in more or less "correct" conditions.

Public IP:
Public Alias:


  • 1. set up of CDO MTA (HTTP and Postfix in one machine)

  • 2. DNS entries for and

  • 3. Verify if HTTP NAT and SMTP NAT will not have problems with multiple domains e.g. (for HTTP) and or (for SMTP) even if email addresses won't change, like that of (with CDO MTA) and (with MLA MTA)


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