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    Hello,
    Until now I use in my company qmail where all the messages that are beeing sent, are stored in the server and every 10 minutes are delivered. This sending delay helps to delete message that was written with mistakes.

    Now I decided after some time of testing to migrate to zimbra. However, I am not able to find how to set up the same or similar way of delivering the messages with delay.

    Please, is it possible to delay sending the messages both from web UI and
    thunderbird front-end?

    Where are sent messages stored on the server?

    I use Release 7.1.3

    Thanks
    Libor

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    Probably easiest to continue to use qmail, and forward from Zimbra to qmail as your "relay server" (webadmin, Servers, MTA tab, "Relay MTA for external delivery:"

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    Thank you for the advice. It helped me greatly.
    Libor

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