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    wiscalico is offline Intermediate Member
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    Default Same user and aliases on multiple domains

    Hi.

    I've created 3 domains all for the same company and I'm now looking for a way to group several domains to ease the amount of alias creation. Ie. I created the user je@domain1.com and want mail to je@domain2.com and je@domain3.com to automatically be delivered to je@domain1.com

    Ie. I want the aliases jacob and jacob.emcken to be delivered to je all of a sudden I need to create 8 aliases for the aliases to cover all domains:

    je@domain1.com
    je@domain2.com
    je@domain3.com
    jacob@domain1.com
    jacob@domain2.com
    jacob@domain3.com
    jacob.emcken@domain1.com
    jacob.emcken@domain2.com
    jacob.emcken@domain3.com

    Is there any way I could group the 3 domains and just create 2 aliases to avoid endless amount of aliases, when creating all the users?

    Kind regards
    Jacob Emcken

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    wiscalico is offline Intermediate Member
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    Default SOLUTION: In wiki: Creating a Domain Alias

    I found the solution myself

    ManagingDomains - ZimbraWiki

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