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    krknopp is offline Member
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    Default Username only Authentication

    I searched, but came up empty.

    I was wondering if there was a way to have IMAP/POP3 clients be able to authenticate with just their username instead of their whole email address. I can make this work with the web client, but it won't work via IMAP that I can tell. I'm assuming host headers aren't passed when using a mail client, but I just want to make sure I'm not missing something.

    Kerry

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    AFAIK this only works for users in the domain defined by ldap globalconfig attribute zimbraDefaultDomain
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    Only time I've had to tell users to specify their domain (AKA me@mydomain.com instead of me) is when the Zimbra server is hosting multiple domains, or when I've previously added a domain (even if I've subsequently deleted that domain).

    I dunno if this helps, just sharing my experience.

    - Jesse

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