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    Default Changing e-mail hosts.

    Hello, this is my first post here although ive been lurking for months soaking up all the info I can. So here's my question/situation:

    I have been assigned "IT Director" at the company I work for and with that comes Zimbra administration tasks. Im pretty versed in linux but I have very little email hosting/lingo experience. So we are switching web hosting from pair.com to bluehost.com (to escape a $198 an hour rip-off of a "IT" company).

    My question is, besides making an "A record" and MX records on the host side do I need to change anything zimbra configuration wise? Im almost positive I dont. I just have to point our new e-mail host to our zimbra server correct? Do I need to change spamassassin settings?

    Thanks guys,
    Odis

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    Well, After the OH so helpful advice i received here (no help at all) I successfully switched over e-mail hosts with no problems.

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