I have a small problem to which I do not have a clue.
I am having a linux router which has a public IP and have hosted a few websites from computers which are on lan.
The scenario is like this
router---> www.myserver.com internal LAN ip 192.168.0.1
domu1----->www.myserver.com/domu1 on internal LAN 192.168.0.11
domu2----->www.myserver.com/domu2 on internal LAN 192.168.0.12
domu3----->www.myserver.com/domu3 on internal LAN 192.168.0.13
domu4----->www.myserver.com/domu4 on internal LAN 192.168.0.14
Now the sites www.myserver.com/domu1
to domu4 all have registration pages.
I have drupal as web development platform.These sites can be accessed on internet with only home pages.
When a user tries to create a new account on any of them
say for example www.myserver.com/domu1
the outgoing registration email is not going.
What steps should I do to check it ?
How can it be made possible?
To my mind it comes I should setup SMTP and do some forwarding routing with ports etc but I am not sure so need suggestions.
I googled about SMTP configuration and came across that Drupal does not seems to have good SMTP configuration http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-855064.html