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    Hello.

    Our company is going from an LLC to an Incorp. Currently our domain has llc.com in it and we're changing the domain to somethingelse.com. Can I just add a domain alias and then be done with it? Or how would I go about configuring this.

    Alias?
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    Usage:
    zmprov createAliasDomain {alias-domain-name} {local-domain-name|id}  [attr1 value1 [attr2 value2...]]
    
    Example:
    zmprov createAliasDomain example.com domain.com
    Or would I use the wizard in the admin console to add new domain. If I am supposed to add the new domain, would I use the same/current smtp server? mail.olddomainllc.net or make a new one?

    We want all users to receive email at olddomainllc.net as well as olddomainind.com or whatever.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Anyone? Have any ideas?

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    You can rename the domain and create an alias with the old domain to the new one.

    As for renaming the server, that's a bit more involved, but can be done. ZmSetServerName - Zimbra :: Wiki

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