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    mek
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    Default Basic Domain Question

    Sorry, this question will seem trivial I think but I'm not 100% sure how to do it and I don't want to break something.

    I have one primary domain for mail say domain1.com and some people working for the company used to use domain2.com. They want to have their mails that still come in domain2.com to be forwarded to the new mailboxes on domain1.com.

    I have transferred domain2 to our name servers and I believe everything is pointing in the right direction.

    What exactly is it I should do with Zimbra to make sure I configure this correctly. The account names are the same on domain1 and domain2 so I just want to forward all the boxes to the same account names.

    Thanks for any help you can offer me.

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    Create the new domain (domain2.com) in Zimbra Admin UI then add the user1@domain2.com alias to each of the accounts in Domain1 that need it, that's all there is to it.
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    mek
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    thanks a lot

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