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    Default [SOLVED] can't send mails to local user

    hi,

    i configured my zimbra-server with a non official domain (only internal) and external accounts per user with pop-accounts.
    since many days i can't send to internal users like user1@mydomain
    where can i find the right logiles to see where the mails are move, or where the problem can be???????

    gregor

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    Code:
    su - zimbra
    zmcontrol -v
    you could start by looking in /var/log/zimbra.log for Postfix errors.

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    hi,

    its solved. i had too many problems so i restore zimbra from the backup.

    1. remove old installation (./install.sh -u)
    2. remove /opt/zimbra
    3. installed it clean
    4. move the backup over /opt/zimbra
    5. start /opt/zimbra/libexec/zmfixperms
    6. change the uid and gid from the new zimbra user in the zmconfig
    7. start server

    now it works

    gregor

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