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add .com record to local dns for access email server from internal wifi

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What record do I need to add to the dns on a sbs server so that users with phones can still get email when connected to the internal wifi network ?
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Hello,

You can create a new zone called "yourcompany.com" then add the same records as your external zone but with the internal IP.
Ex: your external record for mail.yourcompany.com is : 8.8.8.8
in your local DNS for the new yourcompany.com zone, create a record mail pointing to your mail server local ip (ex:192.168.1.1)

Take care of your www, it will need to point to your external address. Same if you have another records.
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by:HalCHub
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Thank you.. how do I pass all other records other than webmail.yourcompany.com on to the domains NS ?

like *.yourcompany.com or just yourcompany.com
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You create a yourcompany.com zone

Inside the zone, you create as much as you have of " A record" or "Cname record"
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