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    Default [SOLVED] Post Office

    Does Zimbra keep emails that are sent to an address that does not exist on the server? i.e. when the domain is accurate, but the local-part isn't.

    Our Exchange server had a "post office" that these kinds of emails went into.

    (And yes, this is still stemming from the disaster I mentioned in my "When is a feature not a feature" post. A DJ found an alias that's been missing for a month and he wants his lost "listener feedback" back.) ><

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    Quote Originally Posted by emiro View Post
    Does Zimbra keep emails that are sent to an address that does not exist on the server? i.e. when the domain is accurate, but the local-part isn't.
    No, it does not do that by default. WHat you are describing is also known as a 'catchall account' and is an ideal target for spam - I would strongly advise against doing it. If you really want to implement that you should search the wiki for 'catchall', did I already mention you'll get a lot of spam in there?
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