We have a running Linux box with DHCP operational. I will add DNS to it. We need it configured as follows: Computers outside our intranet will be supplied the public address for mail.*ourorganization*.org. Computers on our intranet will be supplied the private (192.168.x.x) address for mail.*ourorganization*.org. DHCP will automatically update DNS to supply private addresses within the intranet, and those addresses will not be published outside our intranet. The result will allow a roaming laptop user to access our mail server with no changes to the laptop configuration from on or off site. I will provide our DHCP conf file for review and adjustments as necessary.
1) Complete and fully-functional config, zone, host, rev files (and any others I may be unaware of) with the location to put them clearly noted so that the DNS and DHCP servers will work as described.
2) All deliverables will be considered "work made for hire" under U.S. Copyright law. Buyer will receive exclusive and complete copyrights to all work purchased. Note: copyrights would not seem to me to apply to these config files, but if some lawyer thinks they do, buyer gets the copyrights. GNU is cool.