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Hi, I applied for my domain (say sudacco.com) from godaddy.com, and I have a static IP at home (say 68.41.34.17), I registered 68.41.34.17 and have it pointed to sudacco.com, now ...
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    Question How I setup pop server on my home Linux server?


    Hi, I applied for my domain (say sudacco.com) from godaddy.com, and I have a static IP at home (say 68.41.34.17), I registered 68.41.34.17 and have it pointed to sudacco.com, now I don't know how to setup pop.sudacco.com and smtp.sudacco.com on my home server (I just have one real IP).

    Here are the network situations at home, I have one HP server, one Dell Windows 7 with multiple VM machines, this HP server and all other VM machines are grouped under 192.168.1.0/24, the local DNS and gateway is 192.168.1.1. I assigned 192.168.1.x to HP server, Windows 7 PC and VM machines. (3<x<20)
    Here are my questions:
    1). Do I have to apply for pop.sudacco.com, smtp.sudacco.com from godaddy or I don't have to since I have the sudaco.com root domain?
    2). I am reading the book (Mark Sobell) how to setup local DNS and mail server, this is difficult for me to follow him. From an outsider's perspective, can I have pop, smtp servers all share the same 68.41.34.17 IP address and use port forwarding to point to different local machines?

    Advanced stuff id difficult for me as I am very new to these, thanks a lot!

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    I figured out everything by myself, help no longer needed!

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    well it's nice to post a link/solution if you figured something out by yourself

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