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    Default [SOLVED] Replying mails from non existent domains

    Hi Guys!

    Example: Mail from: aaaa@vmware.com
    to: bbb@uck.co.de

    Is it possible to configure the Zimbra Mail Server to reply a mail to the sender because the domain specified "uck.co.de" does not exist?


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    The answer is to set 'allow sending from any address' in the admin UI.
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    What I was trying to say is:

    Users from my company are sending mails to domains that does not exist like: hotmail.co, gmailll.com.

    And the messages stays in the mail queue, and the question is: Is it possible to avoid that messages of that type stays in the queue and reply to the users saying that the destination domain does not exist?

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    Please update your forum profile with the output of the following command (do not post the output in this thread):

    Code:
    zmcontrol -v
    Quote Originally Posted by micasrafael View Post
    What I was trying to say is:

    Users from my company are sending mails to domains that does not exist like: hotmail.co, gmailll.com.

    And the messages stays in the mail queue, and the question is: Is it possible to avoid that messages of that type stays in the queue and reply to the users saying that the destination domain does not exist?
    The message will stay in the queue for 5 days before the sender gets a notification (that 's the normal setting for mail servers), if you wish to change that search the forums for 'maximal queue lifetime'.
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    Thank You.

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