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    Default Save sended message by mail client

    For example:
    User is sending message by own mail client. Is that possible to configure Zimbra Collaboration to save that sended message in some folder in user account?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smigacznr1 View Post
    For example:
    User is sending message by own mail client. Is that possible to configure Zimbra Collaboration to save that sended message in some folder in user account?
    A copy of the sent message is saved in the a users Sent folder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    A copy of the sent message is saved in the a users Sent folder.
    It's works like that, only by IMAPI connection. OK.

    Now we have something like this:
    On Zimbra - fictional domain like mydomain.com
    User is sendind e-mail to some address for ex. office[atttt]cnn.com by IMAPI connection with Zimbra server in local LAN
    Zimbra server is sending this same message to our real mail server, receiver is receiving mail from our real server, from users real mail address (NOT FROM john@mydomain.com)
    Receiver is answering on that message by simply clicking "reply", and message is going to our real domain.
    How to do that?

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    Go to the user Preference setting and create a Persona, you can set the reply address (and other settings) in there.
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    IT WORKS! Great! Thanks a lot. You are my god! ;D

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    Next issue what I'd like to see is something like that:

    fictional domain - mydomain.ex
    user1 is sending mail do external domain, user from external domain is replying and message is going to real domain of user1, next zimbra is downloading mails from real domain to fictional - it is working how I expected

    now, I'd like to add some rules (if it's possible).
    user1 is sending mail to user2 in this same fictional domain, user2 is replying but the receiver address is in real domain (like mydomain.com) and this mail is going by WAN to mail server somewhere in the world

    I'd like to see functionality that the server automaticaly will changing domain.com to domain.ex if both - receiver and sender - are from domain.com.
    In this way mails will not going to web and we'll save our broadband...

    How to do that?

    I hope what I wrote is clear

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    You can set the Reply TO in the persona and set the correct domain name in there.
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    Not exactly.

    I'd like to see working both rules.

    - user1 from fictional domain is sending mail to some external domain
    - user from that external domain is replying by simply clicking "reply" button
    - mail is going to real domain of user1
    - now zimbra is downloading mails from real domain server to his own fictional domain
    - now this same user1 is redirecting this same mail to user2 in this same fictional domain
    - user2 is replying by simply clicking "reply" and mail is going back to user1 in fictional domain - without server of real domain processing

    It should be intuitively without manual modification Reply to form or other. Only zimbra server should take care about this mails, processing and deciding to sending it by external mail server or only moving between mailboxes.

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    Look at the Persona options, you can set a rule to be applied when a users answers a mail that requires a different Reply To: and when the email is a forwarded email.
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    hmmmm....
    I don't understand how it works and how to configure it...

    In account smigacznr1@mydomain.ex (fictional), in preferences, next in accounts I added perona.

    Configuration:

    Messages sent from this account have the following settings:
    From: Choose the name that appears in the "From" field of email messages

    smigacznr1 smigacznr1@mydomain.ex

    Reply-to:
    Set the "Reply-to" field of email messages to - unchecked

    Use this persona (checked):
    When replying or forwarding messages sent to:
    *@mydomain.com, *@mydomain.ex

    Now, I'm sending message to user2, using this new persona profile
    user2 is receiving message without any problems
    user2 is clicking "reply", in "To:" is smigacznr1@mydomain.ex, so it's correct
    sending
    and server is deleting message....
    How to check why? I can't find it in administration panel...

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