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    Hi..

    I have multiple domains added in zimbra. I need all mails of the all domains to be copied to one email address

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    always_bcc = abc@domain.com ( can i add one more same line) or comma separated?




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    Quote Originally Posted by Caterpillar View Post
    Hi..

    I have multiple domains added in zimbra. I need all mails of the all domains to be copied to one email address

    Example :-

    always_bcc = abc@domain.com ( can i add one more same line) or comma separated?

    Regards
    Caterpillar
    The Postfix Documentation on this is: Postfix Address Rewriting

    So, if you make the always bcc address a distribution list you should be good to go.

    Hope that helps,
    Mark

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