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    Exclamation [SOLVED] Domain Masquerading

    Hi,

    How do I masquerade domain in Zimbra.
    I want the SMTP to show just example.com not mta.example.com.

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    Not sure by your wording, but you may be asking for the the other definition - changing the SMTP helo and headers etc?

    [SOLVED] Howto Change Postfix HELO?
    http://www.zimbra.com/forums/install...querading.html

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    Thanks,
    I finally found the Answer:


    I had the same problem. My host was zimbra.corp.city.mydomain.com and I wanted the helo to say it was mail.mydomain.com

    I eventually found this :

    Bug 17794 - add global config values for postfix myhostname and myorigin to ldap

    Which lead me to eventually do this :

    zmprov mcf zimbraMtaMyHostname mail.mydomain.com
    zmcontrol stop && zmcontrol start

    And the helo used when talking to outside mailservers is now using mail.mydomain.com
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