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    maremester is offline New Member
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    Default Recipient address rejected: need fully-qualified address

    I have a zimbra error:
    When I try to send a e-mail from bbb@bbb.com(@bbb.com is not a zimbra domain) to <aaa@aaa.com>(@ aaa.com is my zimbra domain) a get the following error on @bbb.com domain:

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    Failed to deliver to '<aaa@aaa.com>'
    SMTP module(domain [192.168.1.100]) reports:
     host 192.168.1.100 says:
     504 5.5.2 <aaa>: Recipient address rejected: need fully-qualified address
    
    Original-Recipient: 	rfc822;<aaa@aaa.com>
    Final-Recipient: 	rfc822;<aaa>
    Action: 	failed
    Status: 	5.0.0
    Why Original-Recipient is <aaa@aaa.com> and Final-Recipient is <aaa>?

    I look in to my /var/log/zimbra.log and i see this:
    Code:
    Jun 12 15:28:23 zmail postfix/smtpd[796]: connect from mail.bbb.com[192.168.1.200]
    Jun 12 15:28:23 zmail postfix/smtpd[796]: NOQUEUE: reject: RCPT from mail.bbb.com
    
    [192.168.1.200]: 504 5.5.2 <aaa>: Recipient address rejected: need fully-qualified address; 
    
    from=<bbb@bbb.com> to=<aaa> proto=SMTP helo=<bbb.com>
    Jun 12 15:28:23 zmail postfix/smtpd[796]: disconnect from mail.bbb.com[192.168.1.200]
    What is mean "Recipient address rejected: need fully-qualified address"?
    Thanks!

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    agismaniax is offline New Member
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    still no reply for this error???

    i installed zimbra in my VM for testing. the domain for zimbra server is zimbra.example.com. my primary server is example.com using communigate pro (cgp server). all email to *zimbra.example.com from cgp server redirect to zimbra server via routing rule (Relay:*zimbra.example.com = [172.16.1.21].

    i also added zimbraMtaMyNetworks = 127.0.0.0/8 172.16.0.0/16 but my zimbra still reject all relayed messages.

    Code:
    Nov  8 16:01:14 zimbra postfix/smtpd[30230]: NOQUEUE: reject: RCPT from unknown[172.16.4.16]: 504 5.5.2 <agi>: Recipient address rejected: need fully-qualified address; from=<agi@example.com> to=<agi> proto=ESMTP helo=<example.com>
    Nov  8 16:01:14 zimbra postfix/smtpd[30230]: disconnect from unknown[172.16.4.16]

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    Quote Originally Posted by agismaniax View Post
    still no reply for this error???
    The error is self evident, take a look at some of the foum threads on the topic: site:zimbra.com +"" Recipient address rejected: need fully-qualified address"" - Yahoo! Search Results

    Quote Originally Posted by agismaniax View Post
    i installed zimbra in my VM for testing. the domain for zimbra server is zimbra.example.com. my primary server is example.com using communigate pro (cgp server). all email to *zimbra.example.com from cgp server redirect to zimbra server via routing rule (Relay:*zimbra.example.com = [172.16.1.21].

    i also added zimbraMtaMyNetworks = 127.0.0.0/8 172.16.0.0/16 but my zimbra still reject all relayed messages.
    It's not surprising that you're having problems, go to the wiki and read the configuration requirements for a Split Domain configuration.

    Quote Originally Posted by agismaniax View Post
    Code:
    Nov  8 16:01:14 zimbra postfix/smtpd[30230]: NOQUEUE: reject: RCPT from unknown[172.16.4.16]: 504 5.5.2 <agi>: Recipient address rejected: need fully-qualified address; from=<agi@example.com> to=<agi> proto=ESMTP helo=<example.com>
    Nov  8 16:01:14 zimbra postfix/smtpd[30230]: disconnect from unknown[172.16.4.16]
    That error is covered in the many forum threads in the link I posted above.
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    Code:
    Consider this typical Split Domain example:
    Your domain is example.com. 
    Your existing mail infrastructure lives on the host "mail.example.com" (assuming single node install for simplicity, though what we are discussing should also work on multi-node). 
    Your domain example.com has MX records that point to host "mail.example.com". 
    Users "foo@example.com" and "bar@example.com" exist in the old system. 
    You installed Zimbra on the host "zimbra.example.com" and created the domain "example.com" on it also. 
    You have migrated the mailbox of user "foo@example.com" to the Zimbra system, using one of our migration tools documented elsewhere.
    this is not what i mean.
    i have cgp as primary server that hold @example.com and the internal mx for that domain is mail.example.com (172.16.4.16).
    i have zimbra as secondary server that hold @zimbra.example.com and the internal mx for that domain is mail.zimbra.example.com (172.16.1.21).
    i want send email from cgp to zimbra vice versa and not from internet to zimbra.
    i already add mail route in primary server to redirect all email with destination *zimbra.example.com to 172.16.1.21.
    i want to know, how to accept relay from trusted ip in zimbra?

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    agismaniax is offline New Member
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    i found the solution. case closed. thanks.

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