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    Default [SOLVED] Virtual/Multiple Domains

    Hi all,
    I am wondering if there is a way to accept mail with zimbra with multiple domain names?
    I want mail going to:
    johndoe@server.domain.com to actually go into the same mailbox as
    johndoe@domain.com.
    Currently when I do this the messages get bounced back with relay errors
    Relay access denied (state 14).
    Thanks,
    Ice

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    Default Read through this but.....

    I am still not seeing how to accept mail for

    server.domain.com
    and have the mail go to
    domain.com mailbox

    do I need to setup an alias for all users? forward?
    Am I missing something?

    Thanks for the speedy response
    Ice

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    Default Found this...

    Multiple domains?
    I am going to mark solved....
    Thanks for the help

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