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    Default Zimbra as a virtual mail server

    Hi,

    to convince people to migrate from X from Zimbra, it would be convenient to be able to let them use Zimbra while keeping their old mailbox (until the migration).
    Zimbra would behave like a virtual mailserver, receving IMAP commands and forwarding them to the physical mailbox.

    Is it possible today?
    Is it planned?

    A possible workaround is to have a daemon process sync the mailboxes between Zimbra and the physical mailbox. But this means the server is not virtual anymore.

    regards,

    Arnaud

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    It's not possible today. We are taking a look at this as several folks have asked for it.

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    Wouldn't using a pop/imap proxy like perdition solve this problem?

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