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Can I use MailMarshal SMTP in a DMZ (Demilitarized Zone)?
Gepostet von Daniel Riediger an 05 May 2011 13:08

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Can I use MailMarshal SMTP in a DMZ (Demilitarized Zone)?



Yes, MailMarshal SMTP can be used in a DMZ (Demilitarized Zone). Please see the information pertaining to your version below. 

MailMarshal SMTP 6.X

Please review the 'Understanding Deployment Scenarios' section in Chapter 2 of of the MailMarshal SMTP User Guide located at the following link:

MailMarshal SMTP 5.X

Please review the 'Installation Scenarios' topic in the 'Preinstallation' section of the MailMarshal  SMTP User Guide  located at the following link:

Quick Tips for both versions:

  • Modify the firewall settings so incoming and outgoing email is able to pass through it correctly. By default SMTP email uses TCP/IP port 25.
  • To allow a remote MailMarshal Console to communicate with the MailMarshal server, open TCP/IP port 19001 in the firewall. Note also that the MailMarshal server must be able to authenticate the user running the Console.
  • To allow access to the SQL logging database, TCP/IP port 1433 (ODBC) must be opened.
  • Access to the MailMarshal Configurator requires additional NetBIOS ports to be opened. However opening these ports may pose a security risk and this is not recommended.  Using a remote access tool such as Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection is more secure.

Note: Please see the User Guide for your product for complete details.

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