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    Default [SOLVED] Outgoing mail routing

    I need to route all outgoing mail for domain domain1.com to domain2.com
    In other words, I need all letters for *@domain1.com to go to users *@domain2.com
    That is for passing some mail through VPN. The manual describes only routing for all mail

    Does anybody knows how to do that?

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    Welcome to the forums

    Not really sure what you are asking for For some users are you wishing to send their outbound email via a different smtp relay host ?

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    If any user in my domain sends a letter to domain domain1.com I want to redirect it to domain2.com
    domain2.com is actually an internal DNS name, it's probably better to replace this name with mail.domain.local, which is on the other side of VPN tunnel.
    So when user sends a letter to User@Domain1.com I want it to be redirected to User@Mail.Domain.Local, which resolves to local IP and goes through VPN.

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    In Postfix under PostfixAdmin, which I have used before Zimbra, I made it through transport table via one simple command in MySQL:
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    mysql> INSERT INTO transport (domain,destination) VALUES ('domain1.ru',':mail.domain2.ru');
    Is is something like this in Zimbra? I'm pretty shure it should be...
    But if it is not, what table in MySQL I can use to play around? Or it's not in MySQL?
    Last edited by 24pm; 04-06-2010 at 03:28 AM.

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    I looked through config files - it looks like zimbra stores transport table in LDAP. What is a solution then?

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    I believe this post will solve your issue.pleae have a look at it

    Transport Table for external servers - Zimbra :: Wiki

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    Thanks abhiz, that is what I was looking for! I have impooved that manual a bit.

    Another helping info we can get from searching wiki for the word 'transport'

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