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kaiser33

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Dear All

I'm newbie in KMS I have an experience in working with Mdaemon; Exchange; Communigate Pro.
I have a such question in all of the mail server I have listed above there are a place when I have entered DNS provided by my ISP for my Mail domain. Host OS network records was different from DNS which I have entered in my mail servers while configuring. But now in KMS I didn't found a place when I must enter DNS, there are only place to define my mail domain name but not a DNS. Could someone explain me where to configure the dns???
maybe I will write DNS in the Host OS network places?? but in this case how my host OS will go to internet?? because my DNS and mail server DNS is different
I didn't found any suited manual or guide for step-by-step configuration so could you help me with this case??

Thank you in advance
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freakinvibe

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In KMS, you don't need to put any DNS entries. KMS will use the entries from the OS (Gateway, DNS). If you need to enter a relay server, go to

Configuration > SMTP server > SMTP delivery

Also, you should put the hostname into

Configuration > Domains > Internet hostname

[Updated on: Mon, 06 July 2009 11:09]


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kaiser33

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Many thank for your response Smile
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