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If your web application on port 7000 does not explicitly support reverse proxy, then you may be better using same URIs on both proxy and actual app. In your case / on proxy should be mapped to / on 192.168.1.109:7000. You can use virtual hosts to have separate domain roots. I can also see you're missing trailing slashes in destination URLs, not sure if it ...


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You will need to create a DNS record for the local server. When you have done this, your client will need to point their mail clients at the new DNS record to access email. Inbound email for the domain will need to be routed via your domain's MX records. Example: The A record for example.com will point to the webhost. The A record for mail.example.com ...



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