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    bijunarayanan is offline Starter Member
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    Default how to bcc external mails

    "always_bcc" takes blind copy of all internal as well as external mails. But i want to take bcc of all mails which r going out from my domain and all mails which are coming from outside domain. I installed zimbra on Ubuntu server 8 . Pls help me in solving the issue.

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    I'll move this thread to the correct forum as it's not an installation problem.

    Quote Originally Posted by bijunarayanan View Post
    "always_bcc" takes blind copy of all internal as well as external mails. But i want to take bcc of all mails which r going out from my domain and all mails which are coming from outside domain. I installed zimbra on Ubuntu server 8 . Pls help me in solving the issue.
    There are several threads in the forums that describe how to use "always_bcc", do a search for that term and you could always search the wiki for the term 'legal intercept'.
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