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    yogesh2tech is offline Active Member
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    Default [SOLVED] Multiple doamin login Problem

    Dear All,

    I am using zimbra open source edition 6.0.0_GA edition and it is running successfully from the last 6 months.
    Now we have one more domain having mx record configured properly.
    I have created a new domain on the same server and working well.
    Now my problem is that now there are two user
    user1@example.com and user1@test.com on the same server, mx.example.com that is running from last 6 months. i have added a new doamin test.com over it recently.
    the domain names are mx.example.com and mx.test.com respectively.
    if a user login through mx.example.com, he enter user1 and password user123, and can login sucessfully.
    But when a user login through mx.test.com he needs to enter
    user1@test.com with his password.

    So i only want that when a user login through accessing url mx.test.com he should enter user1 username rather than the user1@test.com.

    How can i resolv this problem. Pls help me

    Thanks In Advance.

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    You need to add a virtual host with the url that the users for test.com use to login to the server. example.com likely works because it's the default domain for the server. So if they login to mail.test.com add that to the virtual domains in the domain configuration and it will work.

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    notes from zimbra help document which is avail online when you click on help in Zimbra Admin
    Configuring Virtual Hosts
    Virtual hosting allows you to host more than one domain name on a server. The general domain configuration does not change. When you create a virtual host, Zimbra Web Client users can log in without having to specify the domain name as part of their user name.

    Virtual hosts are entered on the Domains>Virtual Hosts tab. The virtual host requires a valid DNS configuration with an A record.

    To get to the Zimbra Web Client login, users enter the virtual host name as the URL address. For example, https://mail.company.com.

    When the Zimbra Web Client log in screen displays, users enter only their user name and password. The authentication request searches for a domain with that virtual host name. When the virtual host is found, the authentication is completed against that domain.

    How to add Virtual Hosts
    Make sure that the virtual host has a valid DNS name and an A record.

    From the administration console, click Domains, select the domain name and click Edit.

    Click the Virtual Hosts tab to open the page. Enter the complete Virtual Host Name in the box on the page. To add more virtual host names, click Add virtual host and continue to add a name.

    You can also set up virtual hosts when you configure a new domain.

    Raj
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    Thanks Mr. Raj I got the problem Solved

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