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    spectrum007 is offline Member
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    Default Copy of all incoming and outgoing mails

    Hai,

    I am using Zimbra Open source edition 6 in centos 5.

    We need all the incoming and outgoing mails from other domains to be forwarded to specific mail address for future reference.
    I put Alwaysbcc option in postfix configuration. But, Its Forwarding all the mails.

    ex:
    my domain: example.com
    i have two accounts: in@example.com, out@example.com

    i need a copy of all the mails sent to other domains(except example.com) forwarded to out@example.com
    also i need copy of all the incoming mails from other domains (except example.com) forwarded to in@example.com

    Any Solution?
    Last edited by spectrum007; 07-22-2011 at 09:01 PM.

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    jerryboi is offline Special Member
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    If you don't need/want to pay for ArchivingAndDiscovery, then you can add mail forward rules to the accounts and you can configure 'alwaysbcc' in postfixs main.cf. See how others do this here.

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