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    Default [SOLVED] Forward outbound eMails to specific address

    Hello everyone,
    I'm new in zimbra. I would know how I can forward all outbound emails of a domain example.com to a specific address out@example.com.

    Thank you so much.

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    Welcome to the forums

    Why do you wish to do that ? The remote server Administrator should setup a catch all account so that all users under that domain drop into a single mailbox.

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    I would like to do this, for a backup of the sent emails of my domain.
    How can I set a catch for an account?

    Thanks

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    Code:
    su - zimbra
    postconf -e always_bcc=out@example.com
    postfix reload

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    thank you so much.

    Alessio

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