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    Default Bug in zimbraMailCatchAllCanonicalAddress, zimbraPrefFromAddress, web UI preferences?

    We're using alias domains, zimbraMailCatchAllCanonicalAddress, and related zmprov settings to manage vanity domains for our customers. This works well with the following exception:

    With a domain "domain.com", for which an alias domain "alias.com" is set up, users will have their mail sent "From: user@alias.com", as expected. (I.e. the zimbraPrefFromAddress field is blank.)

    However, when a user edits their Preferences | Mail | Account | Primary Account Settings page in the web UI, the "zimbraPrefFromAddress" field is set to the "user@domain.com" pattern. This overrides the "zimbraMailCatchAllCanonicalAddress" setting on their domain, and causes their mail to be "From: user@domain.com" (instead of "user@alias.com"), making them unhappy.

    The preferences page doesn't list the alias domain in the drop down, so they can't fix it themselves. I've fixed it with 'zmprov ma user@domain.com zimbraPrefFromAddress "" ' but that doesn't scale well.

    Is there a way to either:
    - Add the alias domains to the drop down list on the preferences pane?
    - Prevent the zimbraPrefFromAddress field from being set/changed?

    Any input would be greatly appreciated!

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    Hi,

    Same problem here but WITHOUT domain alias ...
    Version 6.0.6 Network Edition.

    The zimbraMailCatchAllCanonicalAddress attribut is present in the LDAP. As soon as a user modify account preferences, we lost the domain rewriting ...

    Stephane.

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    *bump*

    I've confirmed this is happening in 6.0.6 (I'd tested in 6.0.1 before). Is this a bug?

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