ZCS Administrator Guide 8.0
ZCS Administrator Guide 8.0
Open Source Edition


Managing Configuration > Domain General Information Settings

Domain General Information Settings
The Domain>General Information page includes the following options:
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Active. Active is the normal status for domains. Accounts can be created and mail can be delivered. Note: If an account has a different status setting than the domain setting, the account status overrides the domain status.
Closed. When a domain status is marked as closed, Login for accounts on the domain is disabled and messages are bounced. The closed status overrides an individual account’s status setting.
Locked. When a domain status is marked as locked, users cannot log in to check their email, but email is still delivered to the accounts. If an account’s status setting is marked as maintenance or closed, the account’s status overrides the domain status setting.
Maintenance. When the domain status is marked as maintenance, users cannot log in and their email is queued at the MTA. If an account’ status setting is marked as closed, the account’s status overrides the domain status setting.
Suspended. When the domain status is marked as suspended, users cannot log in, their email is queued at the MTA, and accounts and distribution lists cannot be created, deleted, or modified. If an account’s status setting is marked as closed, the account’s status overrides the domain status setting.
Setting up a Public Service Host Name
You can configure each domain with the public service host name to be used for REST URLs. This is the URL that is used when sharing email folders and Briefcase folders, as well as sharing task lists, address books, and calendars.
When users share a ZCS folder, the default is to create the URL with the Zimbra server hostname and the Zimbra service host name. This is displayed as http://server.domain.com/service/home/username/sharedfolder. The attributes are generated as follows:
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When you configure a public service host name, this name is used instead of the server/service name, as http://publicservicename.domain.com/home/username/sharedfolder. The attributes to be used are:
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You can use another FQDN as long as the name has a proper DNS entry to point at ‘server’ both internally and externally.
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